Djokovic's appeal of canceled Australian visa moves to higher court

Djokovic's appeal of canceled Australian visa moves to higher court

Jan 15, 2022 by World - CBSNews.com

Key Facts

  • Djokovic was not seen on the online feed available to the public for the 15-minute procedural hearing, which began just two days before he is scheduled to play his first match of 2022 at Melbourne Park.
  • Hawke said he canceled the visa on "health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so."
  • Djokovic is not inoculated and had sought a medical exemption on the grounds that he says he tested positive for COVID-19 in December.
  • And if Djokovic plays in a match — or more — and then is told he can no longer participate in the tournament, his next opponent would simply advance to the following round and there would be no replacement.

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