The Australian Government believes that Djokovic's presence poses a public danger

Novak Djokovic He is still awaiting a decision from the Australian government on his possible deportation. Meanwhile, the Serbian tennis player continues to prepare for the start of the Australian Open next Monday and trained in Melbourne for the third consecutive day.

The number one in the world went out again this Friday morning to one of the fields of the Melbourne Park to practice while Australian authorities ponder whether to cancel his visa a second time after he decided to travel to Australia without being vaccinated against covid-19.

Novak Djokovic was finally included in the Australian Open draw and will play his first-round match against compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic on Monday or Tuesday if he can finally stay in the oceanic country.

One more day, all attention is focused on the decision of the Australian Immigration Minister, Alex Hawke, on the permanence in Australia of the 34-year-old tennis player, after last Monday a court ordered his release and allowed him to stay in the country.

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