Novak Djokovic’s visa is in jeopardy, so fans are buying tickets to boo him at the Australian Open.


Novak Djokovic’s visa is in jeopardy, so fans are buying tickets to boo him at the Australian Open.

NOVAK DJOKOVIC has made his first public statement since his appeal in Australia was successful.

The family of the world’s No. 1 has also revealed the extent of his difficulties since his arrival in Australia last week.

Since winning his appeal to stay in Australia, Novak Djokovic has broken his silence.

The world No. 1 outlined his goal to defend his Australian Open title and said he would reveal more at a later date after being released from his detention hotel.

It came as Djokovic’s family held an emotional press conference, expressing joy at the ‘greatest victory of Novak’s career’ and claiming he had been subjected to ‘torture’ in recent days.

Djokovic won his appeal to stay in Australia and compete in the Australian Open earlier today, but the threat of deportation remains, with Immigration Minister Alex Hawke considering canceling his visa.

The 20-time Grand Slam winner arrived in Australia on the basis of a medical exemption that allowed him to enter the country without having been vaccinated against the coronavirus.

After determining that the decision to revoke Djokovic’s visa was made before the tennis player was told he would be allowed to provide more information, a judge overturned it.

Regardless of the outcome, Djokovic is likely to be fired later this week, with the saga expected to continue over the next few days.

In Melbourne, police clashed with fans and used pepper spray in an attempt to disperse a large crowd that had gathered outside Djokovic’s lawyers’ offices in an attempt to catch a glimpse of the world No 1.

Djokovic was supposed to hold a press conference this afternoon, but instead issued a statement on Twitter, saying, “I’m pleased and grateful that the Judge overturned my visa cancellation.”

Regardless of what has occurred, I intend to remain in Australia and compete in the Australian Open.

I flew in from the United States to perform at one of our most important events in front of our adoring fans.

“For the time being, I can’t say much more than THANK YOU to everyone who has stood by me and encouraged me to stay strong throughout this ordeal.” Stay up to date on the latest developments in this extraordinary case from Down Under by following the links below.

Novak Djokovic could be in for a long season.

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