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Serbian tennis player

Novak Djokovic

was arrested again this Saturday in Melbourne after meeting with


immigration officials , a day after the country's authorities canceled his visa for the second time for health and public order reasons.

After that meeting, which began this morning in a place that was not made public to avoid the

"media circus"

, the 34-year-old Serb has been detained by the immigration authorities, although he cannot be deported until the case is resolved judicially.

Djokovic will be able to meet with his lawyers under the supervision of two customs agents this Saturday, a day in which - according to judicial sources - a hearing in the

Federal Court of Australia

has been scheduled at 10:15 local time .

This Friday, in an emergency hearing after learning of the new cancellation of Djokovic's visa, Judge

Anthony Kelly

of the Federal Circuit Court reported that the case will be transferred to the Federal Court of Australia, which is a higher instance.

The process is expected to end before the start of the

Australian Open

, which takes place between January 17 and 30 in the city of


and in which Djokovic hopes to obtain his tenth title and become the most successful tennis player in history. with 21 Grand Slams.

After several days studying the case, Immigration Minister

Alex Hawke

decided late Friday afternoon to re-cancel Djokovic's visa with the intention of expelling him from the country, which could also mean a three-year ban on returning. to Australia.

"Today I have exercised my power under section 133C(3) of the

Immigration Act

to cancel the visa of Mr. Novak Djokovic based on health and law enforcement reasons as being in the public interest," the minister said in a brief statement. noting that he "carefully" weighed the information provided by the parties.

Djokovic traveled to Melbourne from Spain on January 5 with a medical exemption so as not to be vaccinated, having recently been infected with


, although upon arrival the Immigration authorities canceled his visa and detained him.

Last Monday, a court also chaired by Judge Kelly ordered the tennis player's release after understanding that he had not been treated "fairly".

Last Wednesday, Djokovic admitted that his representatives

made "human errors"

in his declaration to enter Australia, since it was indicated that he had not traveled in the last 14 previous days, but the truth is that he had moved from Serbia to Spain.

In addition, he acknowledged an "error of judgment" after having attended an interview with the French media outlet L'Equipe on December 18 in


, despite knowing that he had



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