Novak Djokovic focused on Australian Open after winning court ruling

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No player has won more Australian Open men's titles than Novak Djokovic.

After winning a court battle that overturned his visa cancellation, Novak Djokovic says he is focused on playing in the Australian Open.

The Serb practiced on the court at the park after leaving the immigration hotel.

Australia's immigration minister has the power to re-cancel the visa and deport the unvaccinated player.

Despite all that has happened, I want to compete in the Australian Open.

He continued: "I remain focused on that." One of the most important events we have in front of the amazing fans was where I flew to.

A photo of himself and his team, including coach Goran Ivanisevic, was posted on the Rod Laver Arena where he has won a record nine men's singles titles.

If he wins the Australian Open, he will become the most successful men's player in history.

The world number one has 20 Grand Slam singles titles, tied with Switzerland's Roger Federer and Spain's Rafael Nadal.

At the same time his family was holding a news conference in Serbia, Novak posted a message on his social networking site.

The biggest victory of his career was the decision to overturn the revocation of his visa.

She claimed that he had been subjected to torture and harassment while staying in an immigration hotel where refugees and asylum seekers have long complained of poor conditions.

The family was happy that justice had been done.

Novak is trying to set a new record. He said that he is the best tennis player in the world.

"Novak has always advocated freedom of choice."

The reports were from outside the court.

More to come.