Novak Djokovic arrested again in Australia


The tennis player – whose visa was canceled for the second time – will remain in custody after meeting with immigration officials from the oceanic country, shortly after the Australian Open.

Novak Djokovic.  (Photo: PA WIRE)

Novak Djokovic. (Photo: PA WIRE)

They arrested again Novak Djokovic in Melbourne. The tennis player will remain in custody after meet with Australian immigration officials, a day after the country’s authorities canceled his visa for the second time for health and public order reasons.

According to media like CNN Y Australian ABC, after that meeting (in a place that was not made public to avoid the “media circus”), the 34-year-old Serbian will be detained by the immigration authorities, although he cannot be deported until the case is resolved judicially.

On the other hand, Djokovic will be able to meet with their lawyers under the supervision of two agents customs this saturday. In turn, his situation was left in the hands of the Federal Court of Australia.

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