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Big Brother star Daniel Hayes slams government over Novak Djokovic tennis drama

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Big Brother star Daniel Hayes slams government over Novak Djokovic tennis drama

Daniel Hayes is never shy in sharing his opinions. 

And on Friday, the Big Brother VIP star had a spray at the government after tennis champion Novak Djokovic had his visa cancelled for a second time. 

‘It really is a p**s take seriously – he will stay and play – tennis Australia has a lot to answer for,’ the 48-year-old wrote in an Instagram post. 

Anger: Daniel Hayes (pictured) is never shy in sharing his opinions. And on Friday, the Big Brother VIP star had a spray at the government after tennis champion Novak Djokovic had his visa cancelled for a second time

Anger: Daniel Hayes (pictured) is never shy in sharing his opinions. And on Friday, the Big Brother VIP star had a spray at the government after tennis champion Novak Djokovic had his visa cancelled for a second time

Anger: Daniel Hayes (pictured) is never shy in sharing his opinions. And on Friday, the Big Brother VIP star had a spray at the government after tennis champion Novak Djokovic had his visa cancelled for a second time

‘I just remember our Premier stating over and over that if you’re not double vaxxed no one comes here, now he wants nothing to do with it. The hypocrisy over and over’ he went on. 

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‘Australia is the laughing stock of the world – run out of RAT tests – no food – did the government not have the foresight to see this coming?’

He added: ‘This is a total kick in the guts to all the people who have lost loved ones to all the people that were forced to be double jabbed to all the people that have struggled mentally and emotionally. 

'It really is a p**s take seriously - he will stay and play - tennis Australia has a lot to answer for,' the 48-year-old wrote in an Instagram post. Pictured: Novak Djokovic

'It really is a p**s take seriously - he will stay and play - tennis Australia has a lot to answer for,' the 48-year-old wrote in an Instagram post. Pictured: Novak Djokovic

‘It really is a p**s take seriously – he will stay and play – tennis Australia has a lot to answer for,’ the 48-year-old wrote in an Instagram post. Pictured: Novak Djokovic

‘He should go home and Australia should applaud that. This is not really a crack Djokovic, [but] a crack at the absolute incompetence of our government’.    

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It comes after real estate agent shared his positive Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) with fans in an Instagram post on Monday, revealing he is infected with Covid-19. 

Meanwhile, Djokovic will go back into detention for the weekend after his deportation was delayed by the Federal Government so he can continue his fight to stay in the country and defend his Australian Open title next week.

Test: It comes after real estate agent shared his positive Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) with fans in an Instagram post on Monday, revealing he is infected with Covid-19

Test: It comes after real estate agent shared his positive Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) with fans in an Instagram post on Monday, revealing he is infected with Covid-19

 Test: It comes after real estate agent shared his positive Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) with fans in an Instagram post on Monday, revealing he is infected with Covid-19

After the player’s visa was yesterday axed for a second time, the player’s lawyers launched a late night legal fight which resulted in a court hearing being set for Sunday.

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Immigration officials revoked Djokovic’s visa saying the world tennis No. 1, who is unvaccinated against COVID-19, may pose a risk to the community, dashing his hopes of competing for his 21st grand slam next week. 

Djokovic could be banned from getting a new Australian visa for three years, except in specific circumstances.  

Drama: Meanwhile, Djokovic will go back into detention for the weekend after his deportation was delayed by the Federal Government so he can continue his fight to stay in the country and defend his Australian Open title next week

Drama: Meanwhile, Djokovic will go back into detention for the weekend after his deportation was delayed by the Federal Government so he can continue his fight to stay in the country and defend his Australian Open title next week

Drama: Meanwhile, Djokovic will go back into detention for the weekend after his deportation was delayed by the Federal Government so he can continue his fight to stay in the country and defend his Australian Open title next week

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