Australia Seeks To Detain Novak Djokovic Saturday Morning: Lawyer

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The Australian government is seeking to detain Novak Djokovic on Saturday morning after canceling his visa for the second time, a government lawyer said at an emergency hearing on Friday. The tennis world number one would remain in detention except to attend court hearings online at his lawyer’s offices, with Border Force officials deployed on the same floor, attorney Stephen Lloyd said.

Djokovic’s latest attempt to avoid deportation and play at next week’s Australian Open suffered a possible setback on Friday, when his case was transferred to Federal Court. Judge Anthony Kelly said a new court and judge would have to hear Djokovic’s visa cancellation challenge a second time, despite warnings from the star’s lawyers that the move could delay proceedings.

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