- British player says the situation needs to be resolved
- ‘It’s unfortunate that it’s ended up in this sort of situation’
Andy Murray described the re-escalation of Novak Djokovic’s visa saga as “not great for tennis, not great for the Australian Open and not great for Novak,” after the Serb’s hopes of playing in the first grand slam of the year were left hanging by a thread on Friday.
Murray was one of a number of current and former players to express their frustration at the continuing situation after Australia’s immigration minister, Alex Hawke, exercised his powers to revoke Djokovic’s visa for a second time.
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