Novak Djokovic’s family have spoke to the media after the tennis player was released from immigration detention in Australia, with the federal circuit court ordering that the decision to cancel his visa should be quashed. The Australian immigration minister Alex Hawke has postponed his decision on whether the tennis player’s visa should be re-cancelled.
Djokovic’s mother, Dijana, added: ‘This is his biggest win in his career, it is bigger than any grand slam.’ She also criticised the treatment of her son in a ‘so-called hotel’ in Melbourne. Djordje Djokovic said his brother had gone immediately back to the tennis court to renew training as he pursues a 10th Australian Open title.
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