The Australian Open will be played: no positive for coronavirus

The tournament organization announced that no tennis player or member of the organization has tested positive for coronavirus after the case of a Melbourne hotel employee.

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The Australian Open will continue as planned after the results of the tests to which the organization's staff and tennis players underwent were revealed this Friday after a positive was revealed by an employee in the one that the tennis players passed quarantines.

After the guarantees offered this Thursday by the head of Tennis Australia and director of the Australian Open, Craig Tiley, this Friday it has been made official that there is no case of coronavirus among the participants of the tournament. This was announced by the Australian Open through its social networks: "All the tests carried out yesterday on the participants in the quarantine of the Australian Open have given negative results" .

In this way, the Australian Open will continue and the organization once again shows that the Melbourne bubble and the measures taken by the authorities are giving effective results so that the next two weeks there will only be a leading role for tennis in Melbourne Park in the first Grand Slam of the season 2021.



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