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Novak Djokovic’s border entry form questioned

Tennis star Novak Djokovic has taken to the court at Rod Laver Arena for a training session as he continues his bid for a historic 21st Grand Slam title – but his visa may be cancelled again. 

Mr Djokovic’s case has not been helped by revelations of a potentially false Border Force entry declaration.

Border Force is investigating whether the world number one lied on travel documents when he ticked 'no' on a question asking if he had travelled elsewhere in the 14 days prior to coming to Australia.

Mr Djokovic started his journey in Spain, meaning he would have had to travel from Serbia in the fortnight before his flight.

Tennis star Novak Djokovic has taken to the court at Rod Laver Arena for a training session as he continues his bid for a historic 21st Grand Slam title – but his visa may be cancelled again.

Mr Djokovic’s case has not been helped by revelations of a potentially false Border Force entry declaration.

Border Force is investigating whether the world number one lied on travel documents when he ticked ‘no’ on a question asking if he had travelled elsewhere in the 14 days prior to coming to Australia.

Mr Djokovic started his journey in Spain, meaning he would have had to travel from Serbia in the fortnight before his flight. Tennis star Novak Djokovic has taken to the court at Rod Laver Arena for a training session as he continues his bid for a historic 21st Grand Slam title – but his visa may be cancelled again.

Mr Djokovic’s case has not been helped by revelations of a potentially false Border Force entry declaration.

Border Force is investigating whether the world number one lied on travel documents when he ticked ‘no’ on a question asking if he had travelled elsewhere in the 14 days prior to coming to Australia.

Mr Djokovic started his journey in Spain, meaning he would have had to travel from Serbia in the fortnight before his flight.

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