Novak Djokovic celebrated a victory in the hearing with Judge Anthony Kelly, who ordered his release. But the No. 1 in the world has not yet confirmed to be able to play the first Grand Slam of the season.
Alex Hawke, Minister of Immigration, is considering canceling Djokovic’s visa, as allowed by section 1333C of the Migration Act. Hawke will not cancel the visa this Monday, so the Serb will be able to regain his freedom in Melbourne, although will await Hawke’s decision to see if he can focus on the Australian Open, which starts next Monday.