Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison mentioned on Thursday his authorities has but to determine on cancelling tennis famous person Novak Djokovic’s visa.
Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s earlier assertion that he’s pondering whether or not to tear up the visa “has not changed”, Morrison informed a information convention in Canberra on the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Australian chief burdened that it was a choice for Hawke to take, declining additional remark.
Djokovic flew into Melbourne hoping to say a tenth Australian Open title on January 5.
The unvaccinated 34-year-old Serbian ace carried with him a vaccine exemption due to a claimed constructive PCR check outcome on December 16.
Border brokers rejected his exemption, saying a latest an infection was an inadequate cause, tore up his visa and positioned him in a detention centre.
However vaccine-sceptic Djokovic’s high-powered authorized crew overturned the visa determination in courtroom on Monday on a procedural matter associated to his airport interview.