With quarantines almost over, tennis set to start Down Under

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Novak Djokovic on his balcony at M Suites, in North Adelaide, on January 28, 2021.

Ankita keeping her fingers crossed

Kamesh Srinivasan
Ankita Raina.

Djokovic is our LeBron, but we have to call him out sometimes: Kyrgios

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‘Pull it back’: Kyrgios described Djokovic as a “tool” for asking for the easing of quarantine conditions.

Spaniard Paula Badosa tests positive

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Paula Badosa.
Novak Djokovic on his balcony at M Suites, in North Adelaide, on January 28, 2021.

With quarantines almost over, tennis set to start Down Under

Ankita Raina.

Ankita keeping her fingers crossed

‘Pull it back’: Kyrgios described Djokovic as a “tool” for asking for the easing of quarantine conditions.

Djokovic is our LeBron, but we have to call him out sometimes: Kyrgios

Paula Badosa.

Spaniard Paula Badosa tests positive

Novak Djokovic is one among the players who is allowed to practice under bio-secure protocals.
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Australian Open | Players finding ways to deal with quarantine

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Italian tennis player Simone Bolelli, left, and Argentina's Maximo Gonzalez are escorted to their training session in Melbourne, Australia on January 18, 2021. The number of players in hard quarantine swelled to 72 ahead of the Australian Open after a fifth positive coronavirus test was returned from the charter flights bringing players, coaches, officials and media to Melbourne for the season-opening tennis major.
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Australian Open | 72 tennis players in lockdown after coronavirus cases on flights

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Rafael Nadal arrives at Adelaide Airport ahead of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Adelaide, Australia, January 14, 2021.
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Australian Open to plough ahead despite players' quarantine anger

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