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Scene outside the immigration detention centre where tennis world number one Novak Djokovic is being held, as he is due to launch a make-or-break court battle on Monday to stay in Melbourne and defend his Australian Open title, arguing he has an all-clear because of a positive coronavirus test in December. IMAGES

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