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Djokovic Wins Freedom – A Crushing Blow to Australian Regime


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The world’s No. 1 ranked tennis player, Novak Djokovic, was released from a designated Australian detention facility after winning a court battle which upheld the athlete’s vaccine exemption and entry visa, thus allowing him to enter the country where he’ll defend his ATP Australian Open title.

The ruling came as an international embarrassment for an Australian government already struggling for international credibility since suspending democracy and human rights under the guise that an alleged COVID-19 pandemic is still raging in the country – despite the fact that their reported cases and deaths from the virus are among the lowest in the world.

Judge Anthony Kelly of the Federal Circuit Court ruled the government’s visa cancellation was unlawful and ordered the player to be released immediately and for the government to pay all legal costs.

The 34 yr-old Djokovic maintained that Australia’s border officials made errors in their handling of his visa and their decision to suddenly revoke his visa upon entry. The court ultimately agreed that he had satisfied all of the legal requirements for a vaccine exemption on the basis that he had already contracted Covid-19 in December.

Government Vendetta

However, vindictive ministers were incensed by the judge’s verdict, and reacted by threatening to “re-cancel” the Serbian tennis star’s visa. The government’s legal counsel Christopher Tran notified the court that the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs (not the same minister who originally canceled Djokovic’s visa) may ignore the legal judgement and act unilaterally and cancel his visa anyway.

The government’s vendetta against Djokovic may extend even further, as the humiliated immigration minister may still threaten to issue him with a three-year ban from the country – effectively overriding the home affairs minister who was named in the case.

The Australian Open tournament is set to begin on Monday, January 17 at Melbourne Park.

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