The leader of Open Australian Craig Tile said Sunday he was waiting for “decisions soon” on the arrangements for the tournament after the reports declared that he could be transferred from his upstanding slot machine, while Rafael Nadal urged players to be patient.
TILEY had initially wanted players must start arriving in Australia from mid-December so that they can undergo a mandatory quarantine of 14 days before playing traditional warm-up events in front of the Grand Slam .
But this plan has been put in doubt by Victoria State First Dan Andrews, especially since Melbourne has recently emerged from a locking a long month to eliminate a second wave of COVID-19.
Andrews would have only to wish players from early January, which would do everything except that everyone is impossible to hold the ATP High Level and AUTRESTANTOV BEFORE the expected start of the month of sale 18 January
It also remains difficult to know if the players will be allowed to train during the quarantine.
“Tennis Australia does everything we can to finalize the summer of tennis as soon as possible,” says Tile in a statement.
“We work closely with the Victorian government On a plan that takes into account the needs of players, fans, our partners and our staff, and is of a major advantage to the Victorian and Australian economy.
We continue our urgent talks with local health authorities in quarantine and bio-security and are convinced that we will soon have decisions.
. The Melbourne Age’s diary said he understood that the Open would probably be delayed by one or two weeks, with February 1 emerging as a possible start date.
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