Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says Novak Djokovic only blames himself. The tennis star risks being deported over a visa controversy that erupted after being granted a vaccination exemption.
Djokovic- a noted anti-vaxxer who was publicly opposed to mandatory jabs- flew into Melbourne on Wednesday night after revealing he had received an exemption to play in the Australian Open.
"Djokovic's visa has been cancelled. Rules are rules, especially when it comes to our borders. No one is above these rules," Morrison said in a tweet.
As his visa was rejected and world no one is going to be held in Melbourne hotel, he waits to challenge the decision to boot him out of the country in the court on Monday.
Joyce had a little sympathy for Djokovic's situation, telling the BBC: "If he hasn't filled out the forms appropriately, then he's taking the sovereign capacity of another nation for a joke.
"He's got to understand God has graced you with a certain talent but that certain talent does not rise above the sovereign rights of other nations.
"If you wander off into our country and don't tell us the truth, we're going to kick you're a**e out of here as well."