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‘Truth and justice’ have triumphed, according to Djokovic’s family

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Novak Djokovic’s family said on Monday that his release from Australian immigration detention was the “biggest victory of his life” and that he had returned to training in preparation for the Australian Open.
“Novak is free, and he just went to the tennis court to practise,” Djordje Djokovic, Djokovic’s brother, said at a press conference in Belgrade.

“He’s out there trying to break a new record. He is a professional athlete and the greatest tennis player of all time. Novak has always been a proponent of individual liberty. The Djokovics are relieved that justice has been served.”
The Australian government, on the other hand, has the option of deporting Djokovic. According to a spokesman for Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, the minister is considering using his personal authority to revoke Djokovic’s visa once more.

“He’s out there trying to break a new record. He is a professional athlete and the greatest tennis player of all time. Novak has always been a proponent of individual liberty. The Djokovics are relieved that justice has been served.”

The Australian government, on the other hand, has the option of deporting Djokovic. According to a spokesman for Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, the minister is considering using his personal authority to revoke Djokovic’s visa once more.

“I hereby thank Australia’s legal system and judge Kelly, who has been unbiased and neutral as he took on board all of the facts since he (Djokovic) landed at Melbourne airport, including the bullying he’s been through,” Djordje added.

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