The newspaper “The Age” quoted Tennis Australia boss Craig Tiley on Monday. However, he recommended those who are unwell to stay at home. “We’ve made it clear to our players and to our 12,000+ staff that we ask that if someone isn’t feeling well, they stay home,” Tiley said. However, there may be symptom-free players who will play their matches despite being infected with the virus. “The Australian Open will likely look very different from last year as the nation learns to live with Covid-19,” wrote The Age.
In 2022, tennis superstar Novak Djokovic had to leave the country before his first game at the tournament due to his lack of vaccination against the corona virus. His visa had previously been canceled and an entry ban of three years imposed. The entry ban has now been lifted by the Australian authorities – the way to the possible next Grand Slam title for the 35-year-old Serb is clear. The Australian Open starts next Monday and ends on January 29th.
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