Australian Open 2021: Bautista Agut apologises for Victoria hotel quarantine outburst  Sydney Morning HeraldView Full coverage on Google News
At least one tennis player has complained about mice in her quarantine hotel room, but authorities believe some people have been feeding the rodents.At least one tennis player has complained about mice in her quarantine hotel room, but authorities believe some people have been feeding the rodents.

Health authorities are assessing whether the players are active cases, or are shedding the virus.Health authorities are assessing whether the players are active cases, or are shedding the virus.

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It is the latest blow to preparations for the years first Grand Slam in Melbourne -- which has already be delayed by three weeks due to the pandemic.It is the latest blow to preparations for the year's first Grand Slam in Melbourne -- which has already be delayed by three weeks due to the pandemic.

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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.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.

Australian Open boss Craig Tiley is hopeful the "brave" decision to host the grand slam tournament will change the way the sporting world and the wider commun...Australian Open boss Craig Tiley is hopeful the "brave" decision to host the grand slam tournament will change the way the sporting world and the wider commun...

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World number 13 Roberto Bautista Agut has apologised for comments he made comparing hotel quarantine in Australia to prison.World number 13 Roberto Bautista Agut has apologised for comments he made comparing hotel quarantine in Australia to prison.

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Spanish tennis player Roberto Bautista Agut has apologised after he compared his Australian Open hotel quarantine experience to being in jail.Spanish tennis player Roberto Bautista Agut has apologised after he compared his Australian Open hotel quarantine experience to being in jail.

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Organizers of the Australian Open on Tuesday ruled out reducing the men's tournament at the Grand Slam to best-of-three sets due to players' inability to train at required level amid the strict COVID-19 quarantine rules.Organizers of the Australian Open on Tuesday ruled out reducing the men's tournament at the Grand Slam to best-of-three sets due to players' inability to train at required level amid the strict COVID-19 quarantine rules.

Australian Open organizers rule out change of dates, format | Inquirer Sports

MELBOURNE • Australian Open boss Craig Tiley yesterday insisted most players supported being locked down in hard quarantine as health officials confirmed two players scheduled to participate in the first Grand Slam of the year had tested positive for the coronavirus, taking the cluster of cases to seven.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Tennis News -MELBOURNE • Australian Open boss Craig Tiley yesterday insisted most players supported being locked down in hard quarantine as health officials confirmed two players scheduled to

'Vast majority' back hard quarantine, Tennis News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Two more Australian Open players have tested positive for Covid-19, as authorities are at cross-purposes over who will pay for the tournament's quarantine bill.Two more Australian Open players have tested positive for Covid-19, as authorities are at cross-purposes over who will pay for the tournament's quarantine bill.

Two more Australian Open players test positive for Covid-19 | RNZ News

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