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EXPLAINER: How will Australian visa ruling impact Djokovic?

  EXPLAINER: How will Australian visa ruling impact Djokovic? As Novak Djokovic awaits a final decision on whether his visa will be revoked, all eyes have turned to Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke. He has to decide whether he will overturn the decision of a federal judge, who ruled Djokovic’s visa should be reinstated because he was unfairly treated by officials at the border. Hawke has discretion to revoke Djokovic’s visa but has taken longer than expected to reach a decision which has legal, political, sporting and diplomatic consequences.

Sans dérogation, les dirigeants de l'OM devront trouver un © Provided by Sports.fr without derogation, the leaders of the OM will have to find a "neutral ground" outside France.

The OM is well bothered by its Europa Conference League Dam against Qarabag, with games scheduled on 17 and 24 February, respectively to the velodrome and Azerbaijan. For a few hours, the leaders of the Marseille Club are furious after the programming of Troyes-OM on Sunday 27 to 13h, two and a half days after the meeting in Baku (at 7 hours aircraft). The LFP was arrested to repel this ligue 1 match in the evening.

Another imbroglio touches the round handle, as revealed by the Team Thursday. QFK players are simply not allowed to play a match in France. In the wake of "the Djokovic affair" in Australia, the French government has decided to request a complete vaccination scheme at all athletes (French and foreign) participating in a competition organized in the hexagon. "Djoko", non-vaccinated, left to miss Roland-Garros.

Novak Djokovic faces deportation after Australia revokes his visa again

  Novak Djokovic faces deportation after Australia revokes his visa again Novak Djokovic faces deportation after Australia revokes his visa againAustralian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke announced the decision on Friday.

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A om from finding a neutral ground

gold The Qarabag players are vaccinated with Sputnik V, mainly used in this former nation of L 'USSR, and the Russian vaccine is not recognized by the European Medicine Agency. UEFA contacted the French authorities to find a compromise, "but it is far from sure that derogations are granted for professional footballers from abroad, which could be very poorly perceived, especially after the case Djokovic ", as the team imagines.

If France does not allow Qarabag FK to play in Marseille, it is OM who will himself have to find a solution, as stipulated by the UEFA Regulation. The leaders would then be forced to find a "neutral field", in another UEFA country, likely to welcome the players of the two clubs. "If the club receiving does not offer an appropriate alternative place on time," he will be "responsible" and will be declared losing from the meeting.

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Open d'Australia: Djokovic wants to play in 2023, assures the director of the .
Tournament © Icon Novak Djokovic Novak Djokovic intend to play the Open of Australia in 2023, assured Sunday the director of the Tournament Craig Tile, considering that the Fiasco that led to the expulsion of the world number 1 this year was due to a "bad communication". interviewed by the Australian public chain ABC on whether the non-vaccinated Serb against COVID, intended to come back next year to play the tournament despite this year's events, Craig Tile replied: "Yes (...) It will be his i

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