Ros Atkins on… Novak Djokovic’s Australia visa victoryon January 10, 2022 at 11:20 pm

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The world number one made it onto a tennis court in Melbourne, but he could still be deported.

The world number one made it onto a tennis court in Melbourne, after a judge ruled against the Australian government’s decision to cancel his visa – but he could still be deported.

Ros Atkins looks at how he got to this point.

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