Now things are turning upside down: Two hours after a court victory against Australian authorities, tennis star Novak Djokovic, 32, was reportedly arrested again in Melbourne. Thus the Serbian media reported the news.
Several white federal police vans are said to have been driven into the underground car park of Djokovic’s lawyers’ office building. Accordingly, authorities have taken the tennis player and his team into custody.
But reports from Australia say that’s just not the case. Djokovic was not arrested, according to The Age. Several government sources in the newspaper confirmed this.
Djokovic, who has not been vaccinated, objected to being deported to court Monday morning and his special permits were approved. However, the Australian government had already announced before the talks that it would take further action against the Serbs if they failed.
The Interior Ministry has the right to revoke Djokovic’s visa under the personal authority of Minister Peter Dutton, 51. It threatens Serbs with a three-year entry ban.
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Jordje Djokovic, 26, the younger brother of the world number one, told the Serbian TV broadcaster “Prva”: “I was shocked. I don’t know how far they can go. They cannot even say that they are the guardians of the law. This is the unbelievable and obvious order of a greedy and arrogant politician. That’s all I have to say. “