Tennis: The arrival of players in Australia may be delayed and the start of the season is uncertain

Tennis: The arrival of players in Australia may be delayed and the start of the season is uncertain

The start of the 2021 tennis season, and especially the Australian Open preparation tournament, is still uncertain, organizers said on Wednesday.New difficulties“Regarding the arrival of soldiers in the country.”During the last 24 hours of discussion with Tennis Australia, we learned that new difficulties have arisen regarding arrival dates. (In the country) Aim for players and their teams“, We can read in the ATP message sent to the players and tweeted the 193rd Lucas logo in the world.

Tennis

10 questions per season

7 hours ago

Slovak explains it “Rumor has it that the players will not be allowed to return to Australia in December“Originally planned, the project will land more than 500 players in the state of Victoria in mid-December, where initially scheduled tournaments in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Hobart, Adelaide and Canberra will be grouped together. Previously players had to be isolated and trained.

This isolation should last 14 days, and according to the health rules currently in effect in Australia, any delay could affect the entire system, while the first matches are scheduled to start in early January. “We understand that the start of the 2021 season is uncertain and we are working as hard as we can to provide the best schedule.“, ATP added.

Between Theme and Natal, This Is An Unforgettable Fight: Highlights Of An XXL Match

The first suspicions arose on Monday, after Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews said there was nothing.Done“At the beginning of the year, Melbourne, the heart of Australia’s second wave of contagion, recalled the organization of the tournament, which emerged from a long month of imprisonment.

WTA Abo Toby

Farrow loses his temper and Hessey qualifies for the big table

15 hours ago

WTA Abo Toby

Kasatkina had his first official victory in 2021

20 hours ago

READ  Troy Akman responds to criticism of comments about military flyovers

You May Also Like

Cory Weinberg

About the Author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *