Novak Djokovic has been granted permission to compete in the Australian Open after a judge decided in his favour.

The Australian Government must comply with Novak Djokovic’s release order and hand over his passport and personal belongings, according to Judge Anthony Kelly of the Melbourne Federal Circuit Court. As a result, despite not having been vaccinated against COVID-19, the world number one might be competing in the Australian Open.

Djokovic claims that he did not require confirmation of vaccination because he had evidence of coronavirus infection last month.

“Thank you to my family, friends, Serbia, and all of the nice people who have supported me from all over the world. God bless you with good health “From the hotel where he is being held while the issue is being settled, the Serbian remarked a few days ago.

According to clause 1333C of the Migration Act, Minister of Immigration Alex Hawke is considering cancelling Djokovic’s visa.

Hawke will not cancel the visa on Monday, allowing the Serbian to return to Melbourne, however, he will have to wait for the official’s verdict to see if he can concentrate on the Australian Open.

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