Novak Djokovic gets court relief

World No.1 Serbian Novak Djokovic is trapped in Australia. Their troubles are that they are not taking the name of the end at all. Djokovic's visa was revoked for violation of Covid rules. For now, Djokovic was kept in the immigration department hotel for four days. Now, accepting visas, a virtual hearing in a Melbourne court about playing in the Australian Open, which is being watched by the whole world.

Permission to come out of the hotel: The court said Djokovic had received indications that his visa had been accepted while in Dubai, so he got to Australia. Novak Djokovic has been relieved during the hearing, and the court has also allowed him to come out of the hotel. However, in the meantime, he will have to stay with his lawyer and the same approval has been granted to come up to the court hearing.

Judge Kelly, who is hearing the case, has told the public prosecutor amid an appeal that Novak Djokovic had given all the information as per the rules, so the man could have done more. Djokovic has also reported about the medical problem approved by a professor, a doctor, so much was enough according to the rules. Djokovic's lawyer has made it clear that he would not have come to Australia if he had not been exempted from any advance and talked about breaking the rules.

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