Glam lawyer spots embarrassing Novak Djokovic mistake in his legal documents

Glamorous lawyer Belinda Robinson has spotted an embarrassing mistake by Novak Djokovic's legal team on the Serbian tennis player's court documents.

Djokovic won his case in Federal Court in Australia on Monday after having his visa cancelled upon arriving in the country last week due to his vaccination status.

The unvaccinated star has now been cleared to take part in this month's Australian Open and trained at the Rod Laver Arena for the first time on Tuesday.

However, the federal government have hinted they may still try to cancel his visa as they believe Djokovic remains a health risk to others.

Despite Djokovic winning his court case, Queensland lawyer and former Bachelor contestant Belinda Robinson spotted an embarrassing error in his legal documents.

Robinson took to social media to point out that the Serb's surname had incorrectly been spelt "Djokavic" and captioned the image: "When you forget what your highest profile client's name is".

The glamorous Robinson appeared on the ninth series of The Bachelor Australia in 2021 but was eliminated in the second episode.

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Having been cleared to play at this year's Australian Open and allowed to train at the Rod Laver Arena, Djokovic thanked his fans for their support on social media.

In a tweet, he wrote: “I'm pleased and grateful that the judge overturned my visa cancellation. Despite all that has happened, I want to stay and try to compete.

“I remain focused on that. I flew here to play at one of the most important events we have in front of the amazing fans.”

Djokovic is aiming for a record 10th Australian Open title and fourth consecutive victory in Melbourne.

He would also become the player with the most grand slam titles in tennis history if he were to win his 21st overall grand slam this month.

The 34-year-old goes into Thursday's draw for the tournament as the No.1 seed, with the competition proper starting on Monday.

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