Scottish tennis star Andy Murray has described Novak Djokovic's visa saga as "not great for tennis, not great for the Australian Open, not great for Novak".
The world number one had his Australian visa revoked for a second time last night.
The 34-year-old plans to launch another legal challenge to stay and compete in the tournament, which begins on Monday.
Djokovic's visa was cancelled by Immigration Minister Alex Hawke on the basis of "health and good order" grounds.
It means the 20-time Grand Slam champion could be deported and get a three-year visa ban.
Lawyers for Djokovic and the Australian government attended an emergency hearing last night to determine what will happen next.
Murray says he hopes the situation gets resolved.
Djokovic is unvaccinated and supports personal choice.
The Australian Open starts on Monday.
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