11 Th1 2022 | 08:04 | Tennis
Immediately after receiving the news that Novak Djokovic won the lawsuit, a large number of fans gathered in the federal court to celebrate.
On the morning of January 10, a large number of fans of the world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic gathered below the federal court in Melbourne, Australia. They await the trial of Djokovic’s visa cancellation by the Australian Border Force.
Despite the hot weather in Melbourne, many fans were still waiting. Djokovic’s hearing lasted nearly 5 hours, with 3 interruptions.
Around 6:15pm (Melbourne time), Judge Anthony Kelly announced the Australian government’s release and returned Djokovic’s visa within 30 minutes after the hearing. The Australian government must pay all costs.
Earlier, at the end of the morning hearing, Judge Kelly allowed Djokovic to leave the Park Hotel, where he was being held, so that he could watch the hearing from another location. The world number one tennis player in a white car left the hotel.
After the decision from the court, many fans celebrated. They sang, beat drums and chanted Novak Djokovic’s name.
“Fans are very pleased with the results,” ABC News said. They waited for hours before bursting with happiness.
Djokovic wins the lawsuit, but his fans face new worries. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke can use his personal power to cancel Djokovic’s visa. Secretary Hawke has four hours to make a final decision on Djokovic’s visa after the hearing is over.
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