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  • the build up for next month's Australian Open suffered a jolt after three coronavirus infections were reported on flights to the year's first Grand Slam.

  • 47 players will now be forced into two weeks of hotel quarantine in Melbourne.

  • Organizers say the players will not be able to leave their hotel rooms for 14 days on until they're medically cleared.

  • That means they won't be able to practice ahead of the tournament.

  • The decision will translate into unequal preparation for the participants.

  • Uruguay in public Wevers took to Twitter to express his feelings, saying he'll go from five hours of training in a bubble to being stuck in his room.

  • Scottish former world number one Andy Murray revealed he tested positive for Covert 19 last week, but said he was in good health and still hope to compete.

  • American Madison Keys pulled out last week after she tested positive.

  • Australia has agreed to accept about 1, 200 players officials on staff on 15 flights for the major sporting event that is due to begin next month.

the build up for next month's Australian Open suffered a jolt after three coronavirus infections were reported on flights to the year's first Grand Slam.

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COVID-19 cases on Australian Open flights

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/16
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