Novak Djokovic is 'emotional' and 'wants justice' as brother gives update on detained star


Novak Djokovic travelled to Australia raring to go after being granted an exemption by tournament organisers to play in the Australian Open.

However, any optimism was soon vanquished when the tennis legend had his visa cancelled by Australian Border Force.

Now he is on the verge of being deported, but with his team due to appeal the decision, the Serbian will not hear his fate until Monday.

Until then, Djokovic will be held at the quarantine Park hotel in Carlton, Melbourne, and was seen being transported there in a silver Volkswagen van. 

Djordje told Serbian media, as reported by the Sydney Morning Herald: “Novak could have left Australia by now, but had he done that, he would have admitted he is guilty which he is not and defeat, which is not an option.

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