Protesters demonstrate outside Melbourne Park after Novak Djokovic returned to an immigration detention hotel in Melbourne on Saturday.
Protesters reveal outdoors Melbourne Park after Novak Djokovic returned to an immigration detention lodge in Melbourne on Saturday. (Mark Baker/AP)

Novak Djokovic has returned to the Park Hotel detention facility in Melbourne, in accordance with NCS affiliate Nine News. 

The males’s world No. 1 was seen in a white van arriving on the lodge, which can also be getting used as a detention facility for refugees, after he departed his legal professionals’ workplace on Saturday afternoon. 

On Saturday morning, Djokovic was detained by Australian border authorities, per a court-ordered association determined Friday, after his visa was revoked for the second time by Australia’s immigration minister, Alex Hawke.

He was as soon as once more positioned in pre-immigration detention, as required beneath Australian regulation.

A spread of protesters have gathered outdoors the Park Hotel. Some supporting Djokovic and calling for his launch, others talking out in opposition to Australia’s detention system.

During his first spherical of detention within the lodge, Djokovic had requested to be moved to a “more suitable place of detention that would enable him to train,” in accordance with courtroom paperwork printed January 8.

Djokovic’s enchantment listening to for the second cancellation of his visa is predicted to happen on Sunday morning at 9:30 am Australia time, NCS affiliate Nine News reported, citing one of many tennis star’s legal professionals, Paul Holdenson.


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