Novak Djokovic 'plans £3.2m lawsuit against Australian government' as saga takes new twist

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Novak Djokovic 'plans £3.2m lawsuit against Australian government' as saga takes new twist

“It’s well known that Novak and his family feel he was poorly treated in the quarantine hotel in Melbourne,” a source close to his agent Edoardo Ar

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“It’s well known that Novak and his family feel he was poorly treated in the quarantine hotel in Melbourne,” a source close to his agent Edoardo Artladi told the Sun.

“His mother revealed how it was full of fleas and maggots. He was kept a virtual prisoner.”

Lawyer Toma Fila also thought Djokovic should seek damages from the government, adding: “He was subjected to humiliating treatment. He should sue.”

Express Sport has contacted Djokovic’s lawyers for comment.

Djokovic’s parents were outspoken when their son was placed in the Park Hotel following his first visa cancellation.



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