Judge Anthony Kelly has quashed the government’s decision to cancel his visa and ordered Djokovic to be released within 30 minutes of the decision, Report informs referring to CNN.
The respondent - in this case, the Ministry of Home Affairs - must pay Djokovic’s costs as agreed or assessed, the order added. All his belongings, including his passport, must be returned to him "as soon as reasonably practicable."
On January 5, Djokovic arrived in Melbourne to participate in the Australian Open, which starts on January 17. The Australian Border Guard detained a tennis player at the airport due to a visa error. The Serb has tried to enter the country on a visa type that does not allow medical exemption from coronavirus vaccination.