Tennis star Novak Djokovic is sent back to notorious immigration detention hotel

Tennis star Novak Djokovic is sent back to notorious immigration detention hotel

Tennis star Novak Djokovic is sent back to notorious immigration detention hotel as visa battle rumbles on and Australian officials declare him a threat to public order who could spark 'civil unrest' - Novak Djokovic returned to notorious immigration detention centre in Melbourne ahead of Sunday court date - His Australian visa was cancelled for a second time on Friday by the government ahead of Australian Open - The world no. 1 Serbian tennis star is considered a 'health and good order risk' officials said in court papers - Anti-vax, pro-Novak and pro-asylum seeker protesters gathered in Melbourne today against detention - Rafael Nadal admitted being 'tired' of scandal, said no-one bigger than the event. Other players also spoke out Novak Djokovic was sent back to a notorious immigration detention …
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