The world’s number one tennis player, Novak Djokovic, was told by the government to a threat to the country, was taken into custody

New Delhi | Novak Djokovic in Custody: Just before the start of the Australian Open, world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has been again detained by the Australian Police. The Australian government has again canceled his visa, calling him a threat to the country. The government says that they have not fully implemented the corona vaccine. In such a situation, they can become a danger to the people.

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Visa canceled for the second time, hearing on appeal
Novak Djokovic in Custody: On Saturday, the Australian government has again detained tennis great Novak Djokovic, who did not get vaccinated, as a threat to the public and also canceled his visa for the second time. Serbian Novak, 34, is currently detained in Melbourne, where his appeal against deportation is being heard.

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Anti-vaccination sentiment may get a boost
Novak Djokovic in Custody: Novak Djokovic is stuck due to non-completion of Kovid-19 vaccination before the start of the Australian Open. In such a situation, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke claims that Novak Djokovic’s continued presence in the country may fuel anti-vaccination sentiment. In such a situation, this is the second attempt by the Australian government to deport Djokovic for the Kovid-19 vaccine.

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