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An Australian court suffered technical difficulties while hearing the world tennis number one's virtual appeal against his visa being cancelled.
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With a government decision expected on the tennis star's fate, court documents raise questions over information he provided in his visa application.
Australia police use pepper spray to disperse Djokovic supporters
Police use pepper spray to disperse supporters of Serbia's Novak Djokovic outside the offices of his legal team as a car leaves the building, after the tennis champion earlier in the day won a court battle to overturn the cancellation of his visa on Covid health grounds.
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The tennis star and his family have welcomed the judge's decision, but the government is considering overruling the move which could still see him deported.
Djokovic received medical exemption after having COVID-19, lawyers say
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Novak Djokovic thanks fans for support in Australia entry row
The tennis champion sent a message via Instagram as he awaits a decision on deportation from the country over his COVID vaccination status.
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The Serbian tennis champion is set to be flown out of the country later on Thursday after a mix-up with his visa.
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