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No immediate deportation for Novak Djokovic; wins court bid to stay in Australia

Mid-Day Thursday, 6 January 2022
Djokovic had decided to mount a legal challenge to his visa cancellation by Australia. He decided to fight it out after he had to spend eight hours in detention at Melbourne Airport where he unsuccessfully pleaded his case to border officials
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