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Novak Djokovic appeal of canceled visa moves to higher court

Novak Djokovic's effort to play in the Australian Open moved to a higher court Saturday. The No. 1-ranked tennis player appealed the second cancellation of his visa. He is scheduled to play his first match of 2022 at Melbourne Park. The Serb is not inoculated and had sought a medical exemption on the grounds he tested positive.
Novak Djokovic appeal of canceled visa moves to higher court
3 days ago|Canberra, Australia

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Novak Djokovic appeal set for Sunday morning at Federal Court of Australia

Djokovic is bidding to overturn the decision for a second time ahead of his first match at the Australian Open on Monday.

3 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Novak Djokovic's appeal of cancelled visa moves to higher court

Novak Djokovic's effort to play in the Australian Open despite being unvaccinated for COVID-19 moved to a higher court Saturday as the No. 1-ranked tennis player appealed the second cancellation of his visa.

3 days ago|Toronto, Canada
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Novak Djokovic’s appeal of latest Australia visa cancellation moves to higher court - National

Djokovic effectively returned to immigration detention when he met with Australian Border Force officials Saturday morning as he waits for the appeal to play out.

3 days ago|Toronto, Canada
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Djokovic appeal of cancelled visa moves to higher court

Novak Djokovic was not seen on the online feed available to the public for the hearing which began just two days before he is scheduled to play his first match at the Australian Open.

2 days ago|India
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Novak Djokovic appeal set for Sunday morning at Federal Court of Australia

Djokovic is bidding to overturn the decision for a second time ahead of his first match at the Australian Open on Monday.

3 days ago|London, United Kingdom
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How the world reacted after Novak Djokovic has visa canceled again

The ongoing saga surrounding Novak Djokovic's participation at this year's Australian Open took another twist on Friday and the world has been reacting to the decision to revoke the Serbian's visa for a second time.

3 days ago|Atlanta, United States
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Novak Djokovic appeal of canceled visa moves to higher court

3 days ago|United States
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Australian court sets hearing of Djokovic's visa case Sunday morning

SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian court set the hearing over Novak Djokovic's visa cancellation case on Sunday at 9:30 a.m local time (2230 GMT on Saturday) as the World no. 1 tennis player fights to overturn the decision by the Australian government to remove him from the country. Read full story

3 days ago|Malaysia
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Djokovic appeal of canceled visa moves to higher court

Novak Djokovic's effort to play in the Australian Open despite being unvaccinated for Covid-19 moved to a higher court Saturday.

3 days ago|United States
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Djokovic's appeal of canceled Australian visa moves to higher court

The world's top-ranked tennis player is appealing the second cancellation of his visa.

3 days ago|New York, United States
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C 43%
15%
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