Djokovic ‘imprisoned' by Aussie officials
The Herald|January 07, 2022
NOVAK Djokovic has effectively been imprisoned by the Australian authorities in the row over a Covid-19 medical exemption, his father has claimed.

The 34-year-old is being detained at the Park Hotel, a state-run quarantine facility in Melbourne which has also housed asylum seekers, while awaiting the outcome of an appeal against the decision by the Australian Border Force (ABF) to cancel his entry visa and deport him.

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