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Once again, the whole world is reporting on Novak Djokovic’s situation in Australia, especially the local media.

Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has the discretion to revoke Novak Djokovic’s visa and order deportation, which could happen in Melbourne.

The Australian journalist who has been following the “Djokovic case” for days is just one of those speaking tonight.

I’ve never been interested in Alex Hawke’s moves, but here we are again, today feels like decision day. Things should get more interesting. If they decide to revoke Novak Djokovic’s visa and deport him, there’s a good chance he’ll be back in court – but that means he won’t be in the Australian Open draw, will be postponed or have to be repeated, that’s it. Factors that will appear on the scene. It’s also possible, given the way things went, that Novak will accept the Australian authorities’ decision and leave quietly. Sweeney wrote, ‘Maybe not quiet, but you know what I mean.

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