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- Australian Open FAQs: How pandemic, protocols will affect 2021's first tennis major
What impact have Australia's strict COVID-19 quarantine protocols had so far on tennis' top players? We examine this, and more, heading into the tennis
season's first Grand Slam.
ESPN. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Billionaire Casino Mogul Steve Wynn Lists Beverly Hills Estate For $110 Million
Steve Wynn, founder of Wynn Resorts and Casinos, recently listed his Beverly Hills, California home on the market for $110 million, complete with a tennis
court, pool, theater and staff quarters.
Forbes. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Margaret Court's Order of Australia award sparks anger
player, now a pastor, has faced widespread condemnation for her LGBT views.
BBC News. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Margaret Court to receive Australia Day award despite same-sex marriage views
legend Margaret Court is set to be recognised on the Australia Day honours list, despite continued outrage over her controversial views on same-sex marriage.
Daily Mail. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Australian Open: See How Tennis Players Train in Quarantine
The athletes waiting in quarantine for the Australian Open are figuring out creative ways to stay busy (and swing a tennis
racket) before they can hit the court.
New York Times. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Australian Open tennis star Paula Badosa tests positive to coronavirus in hard quarantine
She was among 72 players confined to their Melbourne hotels after passengers on their charter flights - from Abu Dhabi, Doha and Los Angeles - tested positive to coronavirus .
Daily Mail. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021.
- Spanish tennis player says she tested positive for COVID-19
A Spanish tennis
player ranked in the top 70 who was forced to quarantine in her hotel room after potentially being exposed to the coronavirus on an Australian Open charter flight says she tested positive for COVID-19.
Fox News. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021.
- GB's Robson 'not really sure' about tennis future after third hip operation
Former British number one Laura Robson says she is "not sure" where a third hip operation leaves her tennis
BBC News. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021.
- Roger Federer Expected To Return At Doha In March: Report
Roger Federer is expected to make his much-anticipated return at the tennis
tournament in Qatar ExxonMobil Open in Doha which runs March 8-13, according to Richard Krajicek.
Forbes. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- Djokovic: Aussie Open demands 'misconstrued'
After reportedly asking for a shortened isolation period and private housing options with tennis
courts, Novak Djokovic posted a statement to Instagram saying his requests were "misconstrued."
ESPN. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- Djokovic: I am not 'selfish, difficult and ungrateful' over quarantine requests
star Novak Djokovic has insisted he was not being "selfish, difficult and ungrateful" after making a list of requests for players in quarantine ahead of the Australian Open.
Sky News. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- British tennis star forced to train in hotel room after Australian Open quarantine
player Heather Watson has been forced to train for the upcoming Australian Open in her hotel room, after a passenger on her plane to Melbourne tested positive for COVID-19.
Sky News. Sunday, 17 Jan 2021.
- Australian Open arrivals hit by 3 COVID-19 positive tests
Three coronavirus cases have been detected among charter flights carrying tennis
players, coaches and officials to Melbourne ahead of the Australian Open, health authorities and tournament organizers said Saturday.
Fox News. Saturday, 16 Jan 2021.
- Tennis Players Mull Competition or Rest at Start of New Season
With the Australian Open looming, the first big decision for 2021 contenders was whether to play in the first tennis
tournaments of the year.
New York Times. Monday, 11 Jan 2021.
- Elliott: Coronavirus pandemic has not hurt Brandon Nakashima's tennis skills
Brandon Nakashima managed to climb more than 200 spots in the rankings despite playing in few tournaments in this pandemic-shortened season.
Los Angeles Times. Monday, 14 Dec 2020.
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