Novak Djokovic’s visa has been cancelled.
The Immigration Minister announced shortly before 6pm on Friday he was using his personal discretion to tear up the tennis star’s visa, despite his earlier victory in the Federal Circuit Court.
Alex Hawke said it was in the “public interest” for him take that action, on “health and good order” grounds.
Djokovic is expected to pursue every avenue available to him to stay and compete at the Australian Open.
Mike Williams chats with Professor Patrick Kayzar, Dean of Law at the Australian Catholic University to chat the latest updates.
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