Novak Djokovic woes worsen with new Australian Open announcement ahead of hearing


That means Djokovic will have barely any time to undertake his final preparations following the court case if the judge allows him to stay in the country.

The debacle surrounding Djokovic continues to play out in front of the world’s eyes, with reports suggesting the player could be faced with a jail spell if he is deemed to have lied to Border Force.

And there is talk that he could be banned from entering Australia for three years if he is deported following his latest hearing.

If he was prevented from entering the country for a lengthy period, Djokovic might not be able to play another Australian Open until he was 38. And he may have retired from tennis by that stage.



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