While judges deliberate on whether Novak Djokovic will be allowed to stay in the country, the Australian Open has released its schedule for the first day of the tournament.
Top seed Djokovic is scheduled to take on fellow Serb Miomir Kecmanovic during the final match at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on Monday night.
But with judges still deciding whether to overturn the immigration minister's decision to revoke his visa, it's unclear whether Djokovic will be able to make that match.
The schedule was released Sunday afternoon local time, despite the unfinished court proceedings.
Judges are hoping to return a decision late Sunday, though they say the case may need to be relisted for hearing on Monday.