In full morning at Melbourne, hours after Judge Anthony Kelly decided his release from Park Hotel, Novak Djokovic offered his first impressions of the facts. "I feel pleased and grateful that the judge revoked the cancellation of my visa. In spite of everything that has happened, I want to stay and try to compete," said the number one of the ATP on their social networks. While waiting for what the Ministry of Immigration decides tomorrow, Nole is still committed to conquering its tenth Open Title from Australia.
Meanwhile, at a press conference held in Belgrade, the Serbian family celebrated the news and added some details of the last hours. "He is free and a moment ago he was already training," explained the brother of Him Djordje about the preparation of the 20 Majors champion, who in Melbourne Park aims to overcome the record so far shared with Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer.
The joy for Kelly's ruling, celebrated by thousands of compatriots, mixed with the harsh words of Dijana, the mother of tennis player, who described as "torture" his retention on the part of the Government of Scott Morrison. "The judicial decision is the greatest victory of him," she said.Updated Date: 10 January 2022, 09:06