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How Novak Djokovic could WIN an appeal and still lose under another part of the Migration Act


Novak Djokovic is not quite out of the Australian Open just yet with another appeal against the decision to cancel his visa still to come, but the World No. 1 now looks long odds to make the grand slam tournament.  

Expert in the specifics of how governments use their power in immigration law have suggested it’s match point for the Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke. 

Even if Djokovic’s crack legal team wins its latest challenge against the second cancellation of his visa, the government still has several other legal plays it can make.


Novak Djokovic (pictured with his wife Jelena) is appealing the decision to cancel his Australian visa

Novak Djokovic’s lawyers launched a last ditch bid for a second injection that would allow him to stay in Australia

WHAT HAPPENED IN NOVAK DJOKOVIC’S LATE NIGHT COURT HEARING? 

Novak Djokovic remains a free man on Friday night but will be taken to a secret location at 8am on Saturday to be interviewed by immigration…



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