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Novak Djokovic, in detention again, awaits deportation hearing before Australian Open
The news didn’t go down well in Australia, a highly vaccinated country that is in the midst of a severe spike in coronavirus infections. When he arrived at the Melbourne airport on Jan. 5, Australian Border Force officers decided his medical exemption was valid to play in the tournament but not to enter the country. They detained him for eight hours, canceled his visa, and then put him in the Park Hotel, where asylum seekers have complained about conditions.
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