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NOVAK Djokovic is in talks with lawyers about suing the Australian government for £3.2million for “ill treatment”.

The unvaccinated tennis ace, 34, claimed he had a visa exemption but was deported before the Australian Open.

Djokovic is in talks to sue Australian government for £3.2million for 'ill treatment'

Djokovic is in talks to sue Australian government for £3.2million for ‘ill treatment
Novak Djokovic departs from detention facility as he is deported from Australia

Novak Djokovic departs from detention facility as he is deported from Australia

Insiders say the damages figure includes the £2.3million prize money the world No 1 expected to have won.

A source close to his agent Edoardo Artladi said: “It’s well known that Novak and his family feel he was poorly treated in the quarantine hotel in Melbourne.

“His mother revealed how it was full of fleas and maggots. He was kept a virtual prisoner.”

Lawyer Toma Fila added: “He was subjected to humiliating treatment. He should sue.”

Djokovic is back home in Belgrade, Serwië, where he met fans.

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