Federal Court publishes the merits of the Djokovic case

Federal Court publishes the merits of the Djokovic case
Federal Court publishes the merits of the Djokovic case

The Federal Court of Australia revealed that it will publish the merits of the ruling in the case of Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic on Thursday.

A court spokesman said Chief Justice James Allsopp will read the rationale in the courtroom at 0515 GMT on Thursday and that it will be possible to follow up on the Internet.

The court ruled earlier this week to cancel Djokovic’s visa to enter Australia and participate in the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the current season, due to the vaccine against the highly contagious and spreading Corona virus.

The Serbian left Australia last Sunday after a court decision that effectively prevented him from defending the title and trying to win the 21st Grand Slam title and the world record for the number of Grand Slam wins he currently shares with Rafael Nadal and Swiss Roger Federer, which is 20 titles each. who are they.

With the defending champion absent, the Australian Open kicked off on Melbourne Park’s hardcourt last Monday after the curtain came down on the issue that transcended the boundaries of tennis.

The case of Djokovic, which lasted for 11 days, sparked a widespread debate around the world about the rights of those who refuse to receive anti-coronavirus vaccination.

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