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Medvedev motors into Australian Open second round, laments 'impossible' schedule
Daniil Medvedev conserved his energy after his shortest ever off-season with an efficient straight-sets win over Swiss battler Henri Laaksonen on Tuesday to reach the second round of the Australian Open.
Australian Federal Court upholds cancellation of Djokovic's visa
Novak Djokovic will be deported from Australia ahead of the Australian Open after the full Federal Court dismissed the world No 1’s bid to restore his visa.
Australia cancels Djokovic's visa ahead of Grand Slam
Novak Djokovic’s Australian visa has again been cancelled just days before the start of the Australian Open.
Djokovic confirms error on Australian entry form, visa still in doubt
Novak Djokovic said "human error" was behind a mistake made on his Australian entry documents that breached the country's strict laws on reporting recent travel, as the government weighed whether to deport the player.
Djokovic free but Australia deportation threat still looms
Novak Djokovic woke up on Tuesday to his first morning outside immigration detention in Australia, almost a week after he flew into the country – and into an international furore over his COVID-19 vaccination status.
Tennis star Djokovic wins court battle to stay in Australia
World number one Novak Djokovic was released from Australian immigration detention on Monday after winning a court challenge to remain in the country to pursue his bid for a record 21st Grand Slam title at the upcoming Australian Open.
COVID infection gave Djokovic Australia’s vaccine exemption, lawyers say
Tennis star Novak Djokovic had a vaccine exemption to enter Australia due to a recent COVID infection, his lawyers say in court documents.
Djokovic not held ‘captive’, free to leave whenever he chooses, Australia says
Australia’s home affairs minister has dismissed any suggestion Novak Djokovic is being held “captive” in a Melbourne hotel, declaring the world No 1 is free to leave the country whenever he chooses.
Djokovic will defend Australian Open title after exemption from vaccination
Novak Djokovic ended speculation over his Australian Open title defence by announcing on Tuesday that he would compete at the season's opening Grand Slam event after receiving a medical exemption from getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
Djokovic is the 'GOAT' for Sampras
The debate over the Greatest of All Time (GOAT) in men's tennis has divided opinions for years but American Pete Sampras has no doubt that Serbian Novak Djokovic is the one.
Djokovic will need to be vaccinated to play in Australian Open: Minister
Novak Djokovic will not be able to enter Australia to defend his Australian Open title unless he is fully vaccinated for COVID-19, the country's immigration minister said on Wednesday, putting the Serb's Grand Slam record bid in doubt.
Medvedev wins US Open to end Djokovic calendar Grand Slam bid
Novak Djokovic's quest for a record 21st major title that would have completed the calendar year Grand Slam collapsed at the final hurdle in a stunning 6-4 6-4 6-4 defeat by Russian Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final on Sunday.
One last hurdle for Djokovic to complete calendar Grand Slam
After clearing 27 hurdles, Novak Djokovic has just one more to get over to complete his quest for a record 21st major title that will earn him entry into tennis's most exclusive club and he said on Friday he will play the US Open final as if it is the last match of his career.
Djokovic tries to put the ‘Hammer’ down in Slam quest
Novak Djokovic warned his Grand Slam quest faces a tough challenge from Italian sixth seed Marco Berrettini in the US Open quarter-finals as they meet in a third consecutive Slam.
Djokovic takes first unsteady step toward calendar slam
Novak Djokovic took a first unsteady step toward completing the calendar-year Grand Slam on Tuesday as the Serb laboured into the second round of the US Open with a 6-1 6-7(5) 6-2 6-1 win over dashing Danish teenager Holger Rune.

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