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Oz Open qualifiers ‘could be held in Asia’

With the Australian Open start date still unknown, reports from Spain suggest that officials might be considering holding qualification rounds outside of the locked-down country. Australia

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Fan-free bubble WTA life seems normal to Gauff

US prodigy Coco Gauff said she barely noticed the no-crowd ambience of the now completed rump WPA season, with the 16-year-old saying that matches in

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Shortage of ball kids for Melbourne

A delay to the start of the Australian Open could see a shortage of ball kids for the 2021 event in Melbourne. The event looks

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Players secure permission to practice in quarantine ahead of Aussie Open

Players competing at the Australian Open have secured permission to practice during their compulsory 14-day quarantine after arrving in the country. The move, reported the

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Players will follow COVID rules in Melbourne, says TV commentator

Australian tennis commentator Craig Gabriel believes players have learned their lesson from COVID-19 and won’t cause any problems if allowed into the country for the

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February 1 likely start date for Australian Open

February 1 is looming as the start date for the 2021 Australian Open, with a decision due in days. With Victorian State government officials refusing

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NZ tennis will survive despite $1m loss

Tennis in New Zealand will survive, despite suffering a $1m loss from no ASB Classic in January. Thats the opinion of Tennis Auckland chairman Simon

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Melbourne delay as premier insists on no quarantine concessions

Victoria’s State premier Dan Andrews has reinforced his view that strict quarantine rules must be in place if the Australian Open is to go ahead

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Police to supervise Australian Open training sessions

The Australian Open is likely to go ahead a week later than planned with police-supervised practice sessions. Radio presenter and court announcer Brett Phillips tweeted

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Back to the future: Konta reunites with former coach

Johanna Konta has come full circle on the coaching front, with the British No. 1 now back with former mentor Dimitri Zavialoff in time for the