Novak Djokovic has legal options but they are narrow.

Novak Djokovic’s lawyers on Saturday morning were expected to challenge the Australian immigration minister’s decision to cancel his visa again, but experts said that he would find it much more difficult than his first court challenge.

Djokovic was slated to meet with immigration officials on Saturday morning in Australia, then go to court for a hearing at 10:15 a.m., before Justice David O’Callaghan of the Federal Court of Australia.

If he doesn’t want to simply comply with the cancellation and leave the country, he will need to apply for a court injunction to stop the Australian authorities from deporting him while his lawyers file a challenge, according to Mary Anne Kenny,

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