Novak Djokovic set for new immigration interview after 'torturous' Border Force grilling


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Novak Djokovic has been asked to attend an interview with immigration officials in Australia after having his visa cancelled for a second time. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke used his personal powers to revoke the Serb’s visa on Friday. The world No 1 initially had his visa cancelled when arriving in Melbourne last week after Tennis Australia granted him a medical exemption, and was taken for overnight questioning while Djokovic’s father claimed they were holding his son “captive”.



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