His lawyers are lawyering hard right now... (see at the bottom)This visa denial comes with an automatic 3 year ban, although that can be appealed. Sportwise, he has won the Australian Open 9 times, his best chance to win his ultimate Grand Slam title. It is quite possible his antivax stance will stop him to achieve the final title to gain one over Nadal and Federer. Best part: The minister waited until late Friday afternoon to release this order, making it almost impossible to appeal it over the weekend. Bonus: Update: "Listening to the hearing (just adjourned) is that they are now really negotiating on Novak's detention. Currently, Novak won't be detained tonight. 0800 meeting with Government tomorrow (Saturday). During witch Novak be detained in the same building near the solicitors while interview and meeting of parties occur. After that ends Government expects to detain him in the Park Hotel (or something similar) until a hopefully Sunday hearing where Novak will be detained in the building at his solicitor's building while the hearing occurs. Novak solicitors wants Novak to be undetained until the hearing but Judge strongly indicated it's not really up to him largely, it's up to Government to concede further loosening of detention rules."