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பொய்யான தகவலை வழங்கியதை ஒப்புக்கொண்டார் நோவக் ஜோகோவிச்!

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அவுஸ்ரேலிய நுழைவு அனுமதிக்கான விண்ணப்பப்படிவத்தில், போலி தகவலை உள்ளடக்கியதாக உலகின் முதல்நிலை டென்னிஸ் வீரர் நோவக் ஜோகோவிச் ஒப்புக்கொண்டுள்ளார்.

அவுஸ்ரேலியாவிற்குள் கடந்த 6ஆம் திகதி நுழைவதற்கு 14 நாட்களுக்கு முன்னர், தாம் எங்கும் பயணிக்கவில்லை என ஜொக்கோவிச், தமது விண்ணப்பப் படிவத்தில் குறிப்பிட்டிருந்தார்.

ஆயினும் அவர் இரண்டு வாரக்காலப்பகுதியில் சேர்பியாவிலும் ஸ்பெயினிலும் பயணங்களை மேற்கொண்டிருந்தமை தொடர்பாக சமுக வலைத்தளங்களில் ஆதாரங்கள் வெளியாகின.

இந்நிலையில், குறித்த விண்ணப்பப் படிவத்தில், பயண வரலாறு தொடர்பான பிரிவை நிரப்பிய போது தமது முகவர் தவறிழைத்து விட்டதாக நோவக் ஜோகோவிச் தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.
 

https://athavannews.com/2022/1261466

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  • Australia's government has revoked Djokovic's visa for a second time – this time on "health and good order grounds"
  • The row is all about his right to enter the country unvaccinated
  • Djokovic, the world's number one men's tennis player, faces deportation and a three-year ban on getting a new visa
  • But his lawyers are preparing an appeal and, during an emergency hearing, Australia agreed not to deport him yet
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Novak Djokovic: Tennis star detained ahead of deportation appeal

 
Novak Djokovic during a practice session in Melbourne, Australia. Photo: 14 January 2022IMAGE SOURCE, EPA
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Djokovic is still scheduled to play in the Australian Open in Melbourne on Monday

Novak Djokovic has been detained in Australia ahead of a court hearing that will determine whether the unvaccinated tennis star can stay in the country.

The Serbian faces deportation after his visa was cancelled for a second time, with the government labelling the 34-year-old a threat to public health.

His lawyers are appealing against what they called an "irrational" judgement, with the hearing set for Sunday.

Djokovic is still scheduled to play the Australian Open on Monday in Melbourne.

If he were to win the tournament, he would become the most successful men's tennis player in the history of the sport with 21 major titles.

But Sunday's hearing, which has been scheduled for 09:30 local time (22:30 GMT on Saturday), is crucial if Djokovic is to be able to compete just hours later.

If he loses the appeal, the world's top-ranked men's tennis player faces deportation and a three-year visa ban.

On Saturday, shortly after an online pre-trial hearing, Djokovic returned to the immigration detention hotel where he was held earlier this week. He will remain there until his final appeal on Sunday.

At the procedural hearing, Justice David O'Callaghan set the time for Sunday's proceedings but said it was yet to be decided whether it would be heard by a single judge or a full court.

Djokovic's visa was first revoked shortly after his arrival in Melbourne on 6 January, after Australian Border Force officials said he had "failed to provide appropriate evidence" to receive a vaccine exemption.

The tennis star was detained for days at an immigration hotel, before his visa was reinstated by a judge, who ordered his release, ruling that border officials ignored correct procedure when he arrived.

But on Friday evening, Mr Hawke once again cancelled Djokovic's visa under separate powers in Australia's Migration Act. 

The act allows him to deport anyone he deems a potential risk to "the health, safety or good order of the Australian community".

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the decision followed "careful consideration".

Alluding to the heavy criticism his government has faced for allowing the unvaccinated player into Australia, Mr Morrison said: "Australians have made many sacrifices during this pandemic, and they rightly expect the result of those sacrifices to be protected."

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-60004874

 

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