After the Australian Open fiasco, Novak Djokovic speaks out from his detention hotel.


After the Australian Open fiasco, Novak Djokovic breaks his silence from his detention hotel.

BREAKING: NOVAK DJOKOVIC has made his first public statement since his visa was revoked and he was held in a Melbourne hotel while awaiting a medical exemption to compete in the Australian Open.

After having his visa revoked in Australia, Novak Djokovic has broken his silence.

The world No. 1 arrived in Melbourne on a medical exemption, but his visa was cancelled after he arrived late on Wednesday night, and he is now staying in a detention hotel in the city while waiting for his appeal hearing to resume on Monday.

On Friday, the nine-time Australian Open champion took to Instagram to thank his fans for their support.

Following months of speculation, Djokovic confirmed his participation in the Australian Open on Tuesday, posting a photo of himself at the airport before flying to Melbourne.

Tennis Australia later confirmed that the nine-time Australian Open champion had been granted a medical exemption “following a rigorous review process involving two separate independent panels of medical experts,” including one appointed by the Victorian Department of Health, with both panels evaluating all applications in accordance with the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) guidelines.

When he arrived in Melbourne late on Wednesday, border officials found an “issue” with his visa and could only provide “minimal” proof for his exemption, backed up by only one doctor, when the Australian Border Force and the Victorian government demanded more.

“The ABF can confirm that Mr Djokovic failed to provide appropriate evidence to meet the entry requirements to Australia, and his visa has been subsequently cancelled,” border officials said on Thursday morning, adding that “non-citizens who do not hold a valid visa on entry or who have had their visa cancelled will be detained and removed from Australia.”

“Mr Djokovic’s visa has been cancelled,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed the news.

When it comes to our borders, rules are rules.

These regulations apply to everyone.

Our strong border policies have been crucial in ensuring Australia has one of the lowest COVID death rates in the world, and we will remain vigilant.”

The decision was appealed by Djokovic’s lawyers, and the.

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