Who are the judges who will judge ковиokovi:: Former adviser to Queen Elizabeth and lawyers with 40 years of experience
Novak Djokovic will start his statement before the federal court in Melurney at 23.30 pm CET after the Australian authorities revoked his visa for the second time.
Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, used his right to revoke Djokovic's visa because it posed a threat to Australians, after federal judge Anthony Kelly previously ordered the government to return Novak's visa and allow him to defend his Australian Open title.
The judge David O'Callaghan accepted the request of ковиokovi.'s legal team and the fate of the Serbian tennis player will be decided by three judges, besides him, it will be John Olsop and Anthony Besanko.
John Olsop is a 69-year-old Federal Judge who has spent his entire professional career in the judiciary as a lawyer and then as a senior adviser and adviser to Queen Elizabeth II of Western Australia. Olsop has been the Chief Justice since 2012.
He is an expert in maritime law and due to his professional work is known to the public under the nickname "Admiral". Olsop was named Australian Order Officer in 2013 for his merits in the judiciary and law enforcement. Olsop is the Chief Justice of the Federal Court.
Anthony Besanko was a judge on the Supreme Court of South Australia, and in 2006 was appointed a judge on the Australian Federal Court. Besanko has been in the Supreme Court of South Australia since 2001, and came to the judiciary as President of the South Australian Bar Association.
David O'Callaghan has four decades of experience in the Australian judiciary. He became a member of the Victoria Bar Association in 1986 and has been a Federal Judge since 2017. He has also been a senior adviser to the federal court since 2003 and has been involved in resolving disputes in corporate law, mining, construction and energy.
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