MELBOURNE, 06 JAN – Australia has decided to delay the expulsion of world tennis number one, Novak Djokovic, who has filed an appeal against the denial of an entry visa for violating Australian rules against the spread of Covid. The decision on the Serbian tennis player, an Australian state lawyer, Christopher Tran, has been postponed until after the final hearing on the case, set for next Monday. Djokovic, who never revealed whether he is vaccinated against Covid or not, flew to Melbourne on Tuesday to participate in the Australian Open tournament, the first round of the first Grand Slam of the season thanks to a special permit. Then he was detained because his visa was not in order. The Serbian tennis player waited several hours at the airport, unable to move and was even interrogated. Authorities found that the athlete did not provide adequate evidence to meet the requirements to enter Australia; in other words, Djokovic had not produced the documentation certifying the right to a legitimate medical exemption from the anti-Covid vaccine, so he had been invited to leave Australia. (HANDLE).