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ATP-WTA merger remains just a dream: Anderson

Chances of a merger any time soon between the ATP and WTA look dim, according to Player Council head Kevin Anderson. The former Wimbledon finalist

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Murray dream of “sneaking” into Open a likely non-starter

Andy Murray’s long-odds hopes of somehow being allowed to play the Australian Open despite missing his flight due to a positive COVID test seem useless at best.

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Konta quarantine workout goes viral: watch video here

British No. 1 Jo Konta has posted video on social media of her lockdown workout in a Melbourne hotel ahead of the Australian Open. Konta

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Fear factor in play as AO political slanging match erupts

A political slanging match has erupted in Victoria as players arrived for their 14-day lockdown prior to the Australian Open COVID edition. A former state

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Barty looks for advantage outside quarantine bubble

Ash Barty is hoping to gain an advantage over her rivals as she has already based herself in Melbourne ahead of the Australian Open –

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Quarantine reality: Inside a player’s room

Elina Svitolina posted a video on her Twitter account of her quarantine suite in Melbourne after the Ukraine star arrived Down Under overnight. A spacious

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The view from Rafa’s quarantine window

Rafa Nadal posted a picture of his view over Adelaide earlier today as he prepared to spend the next 14 days in the South Australian

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Banned Yastremska allowed on to AO charter flight

Tennis Australia has been criticised for allowing banned Dayana Yastremska on a chartered flight to the Australian Open. Yastremska, currently ranked No. 29 was provisionally

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AO lockdown will be tough, says Fred Stolle

Aussie great Fred Stolle won’t be at Melbourne Park this year for the Australian Open but knows Tennis Australia has done a superb job getting

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No special treatment for Murray: Vic Health Minister

Andy Murray’s chances of playing in the Australian Open are virtually zero after Victorian health minister Martin Foley said the Scotsman would not receive any