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Tennis star Djokovic wins Australia visa case

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Tennis star Djokovic wins Australia visa case – warning bad language can be heard

This live stream began outside of Novak Djokovic’s lawyer’s office in Melbourne, Monday, January 10.  It was after a judge ruled that the star tennis player is not to be deported from Australia.

The player was barred from entering Australia last week after failing to meet the country’s COVID-19 entry requirements.

Djokovic had travelled to the country in order to play in the Australian Open tennis tournament.

To enter Australia, travellers must provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19.  Or provide a medical exemption for lack of vaccination.

What are your thoughts on this issue?  Has Australian court done the right thing?

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