Novak Djokovic's legal team have launched an appeal against the decision of the Australian Immigration Minister to cancel his visa.
Novak Djokovic faces being deported from Australia after having his visa cancelled for a second time.
The tennis star successfully appealed to remain in the country earlier this week, but immigration minister Alex Hawke has revoked it again on "health and good order grounds".
Djokovic, who's unvaccinated against Covid-19, is hoping to defend his Australian Open title in Melbourne.
Under the section of the Migration Act used by the minister to enforce his decision, Djokovic would not be able to secure a visa to come to Australia for three years, except in compelling circumstances that affect the country's interest.
He also admitted his declaration form to travel to Australia falsely claimed he had not travelled in the two weeks prior to his tip, which he attributed to a mistake by his agent.
He also confessed to meeting a French journalist for a face-to-face interview after testing positive for COVID-19.