Tennis fans can look forward to Australian Open lead-up events in Sydney and Adelaide again as officials forge ahead with plans to restore the summer schedule to “as close to pre-pandemic conditions as possible”.
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Tennis fans can look forward to Australian Open lead-up events in Sydney and Adelaide again as officials forge ahead with plans to restore the summer Tuesday, October 26 2021 About
The 2021 Australian Open and the 2022 Women's Australian Open have been cancelled as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to play havoc with international travel plans. Golf Australia announced the tough decision on Thursday, saying it would begin planning for a return of the two Opens in the 2022-23 summer of golf.
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Tennis fans can look forward to Australian Open lead-up events in Sydney and Adelaide again as officials forge ahead with plans to restore the summer schedule to “as close to pre-pandemic conditions as possible”. As Tennis Australia continues delicate discussions with government officials to allow unvaccinated players to contest the Open from January 17-30 in …
Tennis fans are looking forward to the Australian Open lead-up event again in Sydney and Adelaide. Authorities are planning to bring the summer schedule back to “as close as possible to the pre-pandemic state.”