An Australian Federal Court panel unanimously decided that it was in the best interest of "public health" to cancel Djokovic's visa. MP Alex Hawke tweeted his excitement over the decision:
"I welcome today's unanimous decision by the Full Federal Court of Australia, upholding my decision to exercise my power under the Migration Act to cancel Mr. Novak Djokovic's visa in the public interest," Hawke wrote.
"I can confirm that Mr. Djokovic has now departed Australia."
Djokovic had dreamed of clinching a record in the 21st Grand Slam, which he will now not be able to do – possibly ever.
Video footage captured by an AFP reporter shows Djokovic at Melbourne's Tullamarine airport late on Sunday leaving humbly back for Dubai.
Djokovic did attempt to appeal his deportation, only to have it dismissed by the judges. He responded by saying he is "extremely disappointed" in the decision.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, on the other hand, says he welcomes the decision and is committing to maintaining a policy of "strong borders."
Immigration minister Alex Hawke, who officially canceled Djokovic's visa, says the tennis star's continued presence in the country "risked fanning anti-vaccine sentiment," to quote the BBC.
It is possible that Djokovic will now face a three-year ban on returning back to Australia. Should he decide to never get jabbed for the Fauci Flu, Djokovic may never be allowed back there.
It was a "whirlwind 24 hours," the BBC further reported about the saga. Djokovic is now gone and only the "fully vaccinated" players remain.
"The absence of Djokovic means the Australian Open will have a winner that isn't him or Roger Federer for the first time in eight years," reports explain.
"Daniil Medvedev, winner of last year's U.S. Open, is now said to be the favourite ... Federer is not attending while he recovers from a knee injury ... Djokovic has dominated the tournament in recent years, winning nine titles, more than any other male player in the Australian Open's history ... Federer has won the Australian Open six times."
Vaccine-induced illnesses, at the same time this is all happening, are skyrocketing to the point that the Australian government is now offering cash to qualifying cases.
In a worst-case scenario, a jab-damaged person could receive a payout of $600,000 from the government.
Serbia's government, responding to Djokovic being expelled from Australia, called the decision "scandalous." There was even a rally in his defense as fans celebrated the fact that he stood strong against the tyranny at great expense to himself.
"This draconian act puts Djokovic at a serious disadvantage in his Grand Slam rivalry with Rafael Nadal, who is competing in Australia this year after vocally supporting vaccines," reported Infowars.
"Both champions, along with Roger Federer, currently hold 20 Grand Slam titles. Djokovic was favored to be the first to reach 21, but his decision to remain unvaccinated leaves Nadal alone with that opportunity for now. (Federer is out recovering from surgery.)"
While Djokovic was technically deported for not being vaccinated, the claim is that this was a "health and safety" issue – even though he had previously had covid twice and is now immune to the disease.
"If the globalists fail in the U.S. then Europe, Australia politicians are going to face Nuremberg 2.0 along with Fauci, Biden and other world leaders that oppressed their people," wrote a commenter about the news.
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