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Wait goes on for stranded Victorians as tennis players touch down

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
Premier says he has hope but not timetable for travellers trapped in "red zones" to return home as city prepares for the arrival of 1200 tennis players and support staff.
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