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News24.com | Concern as Tennys Sandgren boards Australian Open flight despite 'positive' test

News24 Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
Tennis chiefs insisted America's Tennys Sandgren was not a coronavirus risk after he sparked a flurry of concern by tweeting he'd boarded a flight for the Australian Open in Melbourne despite testing positive.
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