ANDY MURRAY has hit out at former MEP Nigel Farage after the controversial politician released a video of him meeting Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic's brother, Djordje.

In the clip that was shared on Twitter, Farage can be seen being welcomed into the trophy room of Djokovic's family home in Belgrade.

The GB News presenter has been a vocal supporter of the world No.1, who has been locked in a bitter dispute with the Australian government ahead of the Open beginning in a week's time.

Djokovic, an ardent 'anti-vaxxer', had his visa cancelled but successfully appealed that verdict on Monday morning. The Serb had been kept in a hotel and was not allowed to leave, but that restriction has now been lifted.

Tweeting on Sunday afternoon, Farage wrote that he was "in Belgrade with the Djokovic family. Waiting for the result of the visa hearing, watch this space."

Murray then retweeted the video of Farage meeting the Djokovic family, pointing out that Farage's stance could be seen as hypocritical.

The Scot wrote: "Please record the awkward moment when you tell them you’ve spent most of your career campaigning to have people from Eastern Europe deported."