Novak Djokovic will be deported if he hasn’t told truth, deputy PM says

For hours, Novak Djokovic’s supporters made their way outside the Melbourne quarantine hotel where he’s believed to be staying, many from the Serbian community here. The strength of feeling was palpable as songs about freedom played and some danced. “This is a disgrace,” Kristina told me, draped in the Serbian flag. “I’m ashamed to be an Australian today. If he’s not playing – I’m not going.”