The Australian government has cancelled Novak Djokovic's visa for a second time, with immigration minister Alex Hawke saying he "carefully considered" all information before arriving at the decision.

The world number one had been waiting since a judge overturned the original verdict on Monday to find out whether Hawke would use his powers to reimpose the penalty.

Just before 7am Irish time this morning, the immigration minister released a statement saying he had made the judgement to send Djokovic home "on health and good order grounds".

Djokovic, who's unvaccinated against Covid-19, is hoping to defend his Australian Open title in Melbourne.

 



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