A court in Australia has adjourned the case until Monday.
Novak Djokovic is to remain in Australia at a quarantine hotel until at least Monday after his legal bid against his deportation was adjourned.
The world number one tennis player had his visa revoked after not sufficiently satisfying authorities over his medical exemption to compete in the Australian Open.
The Serb, who is the defending champion in Melbourne, has not revealed his vaccination status, but has previously spoken out against vaccinations.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the situation is clear:
'Rules are rules. That is what i said to you all yesterday.
That's the policy of the government and it has been the government's strong border protection country in relation to the pandemc, that has ensured that Australia has one of the lowest death rates as a result of covid-19 in the world.