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Melbourne committee fears Novak Djokovic saga has damaged city’s international reputation


Melbourne’s elite fear Novak Djokovic fiasco has damaged the city’s international reputation even MORE – after the world’s longest lockdown

  • Fears Melbourne’s proud reputation for hosting international events is damaged
  • Business leader says Novak Djokovic saga reflected poorly on all involved
  • Martine Letts hope it won’t set tone for the Australian Open and future events

Melbourne’s reputation as Australia’s premier city for hosting major events has been tarnished by the Novak Djokovic visa debacle, a prominent business leader has warned.

The tennis world number one and defending Australian Open champion could still be deported from the country just days out from the start of the Melbourne grand slam next Monday.

As Melbourne recovers from the world’s longest lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic, an organisation representing business, academic and…



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