Tennis players have begun turning on their own over the special treatment given to the sport’s big names completing their 14 days of hotel quarantine in Australia.
Tennis players have reacted angrily to the news that they are facing 14 days stuck in their hotel rooms with no practice, after ...
Spain's Paula Badosa, who complained on Twitter about having to quarantine in a Melbourne hotel after being on an Australian Open charter flight, says she has tested positive for COVID-19.
Adelaide is set to get a slice of tennis action with some of the Australian Open's top seeds quarantining in SA after arriving in the country.
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Nick Kyrgios gives Novak Djokovic a backhander for requesting eased quarantine conditions, with players put into hard isolation ...
Alize Cornet has offered an apology to Australians after complaining about the country's quarantine conditions.
Australian Open organisers say some players may have "brushed off" advice that 14-day hard quarantine was on the table if they were close contacts of positive COVID-19 cases.
Players in isolation won’t be allowed to leave their hotel rooms or practice for 14 days, creating a two-speed preparation period for the tournament.
They have spent 14 days in isolation under anti-Covid measures that have drawn criticism and praise.