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The story of Djokovic: Court rules the star will stay in Australia

The drama surrounding the Serbian star has all but had its ebbs and flows, but provided his status is no longer reconsidered, it seems the best days are ahead of him.

Nearly a week removed from being banned from entering the country, reigning Australian Open champ Novak Djokovic has been released from detention in Melbourne, freeing him to compete in next week’s competition per the court orders.

The 34-year old has had an ominous month, as the star, widely known as unvaccinated, took issue with the medical mandates for competitors in the tourney.

Djokovic was penciled in to be exempted this past week, with a medical caveat that would allow him to play. However, immigration held him back, denying the premise of the exemption as a valid one to their courts, sending him to a detention center to decide the next move.

Djokovic is slated to play in the first round of the tourney early next week.
The immigration minister reportedly is still deciding to renege the new exemption for Djokovic.

Despite the legal hardships, the Serbian has already got into training for the event, in time for the illustrious event where he looks to win a record 21st Grand Slam singles title.



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