Murray won't participate in Australian Open
Andy Murray announced he would not be playing in the upcoming Australian Open after being unable to negotiate a "workable quarantine" with Tennis Australia following his positive COVID-19 test.
Victorian premier slams Margaret Court honour
Victorian premier Daniel Andrews has blasted the decision to honour controversial Australian tennis icon Margaret Court.
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Badosa tests positive for COVID at Aussie Open
Spanish tennis player Paula Badosa, 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.
Aus. Open umpire hospitalised after heart attack
Tennis umpire Carlos Bernardes has been hospitalised after suffering a heart attack while in quarantine in Melbourne ahead of next month's Australian Open, local media reported on Thursday.
Top-ranked Barty to return for Adelaide exhibition
Top-ranked Ash Barty on Thursday said she'll play in a one-day exhibition event in Adelaide on Jan. 29 that includes Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka and Simona Halep.
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."
Houston event off again in ATP schedule shuffle
The U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship in Houston was canceled for the second year in a row because of the coronavirus pandemic, part of a series of changes to the men's tennis calendar announced by the ATP on Wednesday.
Positive tests (and mice) disrupt Open buildup
Two more Australian Open players have tested positive for COVID-19, government officials said on Wednesday, and one player in quarantine has complained of a mice infestation.
Bautista Agut likens hotel quarantine to prison
No. 13-ranked men's tennis star Roberto Bautista Agut called the Australian Open's quarantine protocol a "complete disaster," comparing the experience to prison.
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