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Novak Djokovic receives warm welcome on return to Australia, a year after being deported from the country for refusing to take COVID vaccine... with the Serbian playing doubles alongside Canada's Vasek Pospisil in warm-up event  Novak Djokovic received a warm welcome on his return to Australia on Monday  Serbian was deported from the country for refusing to take vaccine a year ago Djokovic returned to action as he played doubles in Adelaide in a warm-up event  Fans chanted his name and he followed that up with lengthy autograph session  

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From deportation to adulation, Novak Djokovic received the welcome he hoped for when he stepped back on court in Australia on Monday.

The nine-time Australian Open champion made a low-key return to action when he played doubles in Adelaide in a warm-up event for the season’s first Grand Slam.

And he will have been heartened by the reception as he took to the court with close friend Canadian Vasek Pospisil, in facing Tomislav Brkic and Gonzalo Escobar. It was certainly a lot more serene than 12 months ago, when he was locked up in a detention hostel before being kicked out of the country for visa violations related to

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