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Australian Open | 72 tennis players in lockdown after coronavirus cases on flights

Hindu Monday, 18 January 2021
That means they won’t be allowed to leave their hotel rooms or practice for 14 days, creating a two-speed preparation period for the tournament.
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News video: Australian Open: Two players test positive for coronavirus

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Quarantine restrictions will not be relaxed for any of the 72 tennis playersconfined to their hotel rooms despite the reclassification of two coronaviruscases. Players on three of the charter flights arranged by Australian Openorganisers were told they must stay in their rooms for 14 days because...

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