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Australian Open to plough ahead despite players’ quarantine anger

Hindu Sunday, 17 January 2021
Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has confirmed the year's first Grand Slam will go ahead from Feb. 8 despite anger from players forced
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Australian Open tour director Craig Tiley says that efforts will be made to assist the players who are having to hard quarantine for two weeks because of positive COVID-19 cases on their charter planes.

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