Novak Djokovic isn't alone in having his visa canceled after flying in for the Australian Open without the required evidence to support a medical exemption to the country's strict COVID-19 vaccination rules.
Djokovic was denied entry when he arrived at Melbourne's airport on Wednesday and was still in an immigration detention hotel on Friday, awaiting a court hearing to challenge his deportation, when the Australian Border Force confirmed that action was taken against two other people.
In an e-mail to The Associated Press, the border force said following investigations into two other cases of people connected to the Australian Open "one individual has voluntarily departed Australia ... and the visa of a third individual has been canceled."
The ABF said one person was taken into immigration detention pending deportation, but declined to to give details or make further comment.
The embassy for the Czech Republic in Canberra identified 38-year-old doubles player Renata Voráčová as one of the people involved.