Tennis: Players in ‘bubble’ before Australian Open, not quarantine
Australian Open organisers are planning for players to have two weeks in a biosecure bubble before next year’s Grand Slam rather than be subject to the country’s strict hotel quarantine regime, tournament boss Craig Tiley said on Thursday (Aug 26).
Players เล่นสล็อตออนไลน์ coaches and officials had to spend 14 days in hotel quarantine after arriving in Australia for the tournament in February due to COVID-19 restrictions, though most were permitted up to five hours a day to train at closed courts.
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“There’s a lot of time between now and when we get going, but at this point in time we’re planning on having a two-week bubble, where the players will be able to move freely between the hotel and the courts,” Tiley said at a Nine Network event.
“They’re protected, they’re kept safe among themselves and safe from the community as well.
“And after those two weeks, they’ll come out and be able to compete in the Australian Open in front of crowds.
“We’re working with the government and health authorities now on the amount of crowds and what the Australian Open will specifically look like.”
The year’s first Grand Slam is held at Melbourne Park.