Australia's Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has confirmed that Djokovic has left the country, APA reports citing BBC.
In a statement he "welcomed today's unanimous decision by the Federal Court of Australia".
Hawke used his ministerial powers to cancel the tennis star's visa, saying that Djokovic’s presence posed a risk to the "health and good order" of the Australian community.
"I welcome today’s unanimous decision by the Full Federal Court of Australia, upholding my decision to exercise my power under the Migration Act to cancel Mr Novak Djokovic’s visa in the public interest. I can confirm that Mr Djokovic has now departed Australia," wrote the minister.