Tennis star Novak Djokovic is sent back to notorious immigration detention hotel

Novak Djokovic was sent back to a notorious immigration detention hotel as his visa battle with the Australian government continued on Saturday.

Having once failed to deport the unvaccinated 34-year-old from the country, Australia’s conservative government is trying again, calling the tennis star a threat to public order who could spark ‘civil unrest’.

And again the tennis world no. 1 is fighting back, with a new federal court appeal scheduled for Sunday, the day before the Australian Open – and Djokovic’s defence of his title – is scheduled to begin.

The Serbian ace is back at a notorious Melbourne immigration detention facility after a few short-lived days of freedom following his first successful court appeal against the original decision to cancel his visa on January 5.

A motorcade was spotted moving from his lawyers’ offices – where he had been kept under guard for most of Saturday – to the former Park Hotel facility. 

For millions around the world, the Serbian star is best known…

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