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The Djokovic saga continues: Serbians react to a second visa cancellation


Serbians react to the new cancellation of Novak Djokovic's visa by the Australian authorities, who have reopened the Djokovic saga by cancelling the visa of the world number one tennis player, again. The athlete’s case is to be examined in an emergency hearing before a judge, Djokovic has been promised that he will not be deported until he has had a chance to mount a second legal challenge to the decision.

Added on the 14/01/2022 18:02:11 - Copyright : AFP EN

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