Court rules out: Novak Djokovic 'extremely disappointed' after deportation appeal loss

Sarah Basford Canales
Karen Barlow
By Sarah Basford Canales, and Karen Barlow
Updated January 16 2022 - 8:03pm, first published 8:30am
World No.1 male tennis player Novak Djokovic is expected to be deported from Australia after the federal court dismissed his visa cancellation appeal. Picture: Getty Images

The unvaccinated World No.1 tennis star Novak Djokovic is "extremely disappointed" after losing an appeal against his second visa cancellation but says he will co-operate with the Australian Border Force over his deportation.

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Sarah Basford Canales

Sarah Basford Canales

Canberra Times journalist

I'm a federal politics and public sector reporter with an interest in national security, integrity and regulation. Contact me with general tips and thoughts at sarah.basfordcanales@canberratimes.com.au or confidential tips to sbasfordcanales@protonmail.com.

Karen Barlow

Karen Barlow

Chief Political Correspondent

Karen Barlow is ACM's Chief Political Correspondent. Working in the federal press gallery, she investigates and writes about federal politics and government. She has an interest in integrity, leadership and social equity. She has covered two Olympics and been to Antarctica twice. Contact her on karen.barlow@canberratimes.com.au