Tennis Australia does not plan to hold next year’s Australian Open anywhere except Melbourne, insisted CEO Craig Tiley today. He was reacting to a broadcast from
Possible threats of a last-minute government COVID-19 shutdown of the Australian Open kept tournament boss Craig Tiley on edge throughout the fortnight. The South African revealed
Tournament boss Craig Tiley could not help but pat himself on the back with the Australian Open ready to lift off for 2021 on Monday.
As if organisational troubles weren’t already tough, a forecast of all-day rain on Friday could deal another blow to the troubled Australian tennis summer. The grim weather
Craig Tiley may be inflaming player discontent behind the lockdown walls with his Wednesday comment that elite players deserve special treatment prior to the delayed