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By Jessie Yeung and Adam Renton, CNNFrom Hannah Ritchie in MelbourneAustralia’s immigration officials will seek to interview Novak Djokovic at 8 a.m. local time on Saturday (Friday 4 p.m. ET) and detain him shortly after.The world men’s tennis No.1 has been asked to “present himself” for an interview with authorities, though his lawyers are currently contesting that request in open court.Djokovic’s barrister Nick Wood told the court that the 34-year-old tennis player has not been taken into immigration detention yet and remains at a “residential address.”From Hannah Ritchie in MelbourneThe decision to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa a second time is “patently irrational,” his barrister Nick Wood argued in an emergency court hearing Friday.“Has your Honor had time to read the reasons of the minister?” Wood asked Judge Anthony Kelly in court Friday.Wood went on to claim Immigration Minister Alex Hawke had canceled Djokovic’s visa on grounds that his presence in the country could “excite anti-vaccination sentiment.”He described the reasoning as “patently irrational,” calling it a “radically new approach” by the federal government to eject the tennis star from the country.From Hannah Ritchie in MelbourneWorld men’s No.1 Novak Djokovic could have his visa cancellation case transferred to Australia’s Federal Court, Judge Anthony Kelly, the presiding judge in his case, announced Friday. The top priority now for Djokovic's legal team will be to seek an interim order from the courts to get the 34-year-old out of detention (if and when that happens), so that he can play in the Australian Open.From CNN's Hannah Ritchie in MelbourneA "directions hearing" on world men’s tennis No.1 Novak Djokovic’s visa cancellation is underway before Judge Anthony Kelly of Australia’s Federal Circuit Court.

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