Djokovic said he was deeply disappointed by the cancellation of his visa in Australia

Djokovic said he was deeply disappointed by the cancellation of his visa in Australia

Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic said this Sunday to be “deeply disappointed” by the cancellation of his visa in Australia after losing his appeal in court to that government decision.

The Balkan athlete, who He intended to defend his crown at the Australian Open from this Monday which takes place in Melbourne, admitted in a statement that, due to the decision, “he will not be able to participate” in the tournament.

The Serb, confined since Saturday in a hotel, asked in his letter a time to “rest and recuperate” before making further comments by noting that “respects” the decision of the Australian justice after “cooperating” with the authorities.

“Unfortunately for the last few weeks the focus (of interest) has been on me and I hope that (now) we can focus on the sport and the tournament that I love,” said Djokovic, wishing the participants luck and thanking his family for their support and followers.

(With information from EFE)

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