The decision of the Federal Court that ratified the cancellation of the Serb’s visa Novak Djokovic (1), and therefore the subsequent deportation of the tennis player, meant a hard blow to the painting Australian Open which will introduce a player from the previous to fill the vacancy left by the world’s top ranked.

The organization of the tournament published the order of play an hour and a half before the decision of the judges, so a redistribution between the top seeds will be impossible to compensate for frame integrity.

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Djokovic will not be able to defend his crown won on the banks of the Yarra River during the last edition and nor will he have the opportunity in Australia to consecrate himself as the most successful tennis player of all time with 21 Grand Slam titles.

The Serbian was scheduled to make his debut this Monday at the Rod Laver Arena center court, a stage that saw him crown the ‘major aussie’ up to nine times, against his compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic.

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