Novak Djokovic is already heading to court in Melbourne | Photonote


In the next few hours, the immediate future of the Serbian tennis player, number one in the world, will be known. Three Federal Court judges will decide whether the arguments provided by the Balkan’s defense are sufficient to win a second appeal to the cancellation of his visa and be able to play the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament, which starts in less than 24 hours in Melbourne Park. In case of being deported, Djokovic’s place will be occupied by the Russian Andrey Rublev.

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