Several Thousand Rally In Belgrade After Scuffles Day Before

Djokovic, the world number one men's tennis player, was freed from immigration detention hours after a judge ruled that border guards were wrong to tear up his visa and try to deport him because he is not vaccinated against Covid. A black car carrying the 34-year-old tennis ace drove out of legal offices where a virtual court hearing had taken place earlier in the day, and was immediately mobbed by fans who then got into scuffles with police. But Government counsel Christopher Tran notified the court that the Minister for Immigration, Alex Hawke - not the minister who made the original visa cancellation - will now consider whether to exercise a personal power of cancellation of Djokovic's visa. Former UKIP leader and MEP Nigel Farage has been supporting Djokovic's cause online, tweeting a video from Belgrade with the tennis star's family for his 1.6million followers to see. Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray replied to Mr Farage, telling him to 'record the awkward moment when you tell them you've spent most of your career campaigning to have people from Eastern Europe deported'. Mr Farage has now hit back, telling Mr Murray: 'Dear Andy, you clearly don't understand politics or the Brexit campaign but are filled with prejudice. Concentrate on the tennis and, a word of advice, crack a smile every now and again.' He added a smiley face emoji to the

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