Two Australian Open players have tested positive for COVID-19 as the row regarding quarantine conditions in Melbourne continues.
World number one Novak Djokovic’s calls for quarantine conditions to be eased to allow players to prepare for the Australian Open have been snubbed by officials in Victoria.
Hotel-bound players have been warned they could have a police officer outside their room or face fines if found to be "persistently breaching" strict two-week quarantine rules ahead of the Australian Open.
A total of 47 players set to feature at the Australian Open have been ordered to stay in their hotel rooms for the next two weeks after passengers on two chartered planes to Melbourne tested positive for COVID-19.
American tennis player Christian Harrison has been fined after refusing to take part in an on-court interview in protest over mask rules at the Delray Beach Open.
Three-time Grand Slam winner Sir Andy Murray's participation at the Australian Open next month has been thrown into doubt after he tested positive for COVID-19, as American Madison Keys confirmed she will be unable to compete at the Grand Slam event.
Concerns over the COVID-19 policy at the Australian Open qualifiers have been raised after American Denis Kudla was informed mid-match that he had tested positive for the virus.
The top three men's and women's tennis players in the world will undergo their quarantine for the Australian Open in Adelaide rather than the tournament's host city Melbourne, organisers have revealed.
Dayana Yastremska, the world number 29 in the women’s tennis rankings has been provisionally suspended after a banned substance, mesterolone, was found in an out-of-competition sample.
American tennis player Sam Querrey said he felt he did what was right for his family after fleeing Russia despite testing positive for coronavirus.
This year’s Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Dubai Tennis Championships has been rescheduled to precede the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) tournament in March.
Plans to quarantine Australian Open players at the Westin Melbourne have been cancelled after concerns were raised by residents on the site.
Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Spain’s Rafael Nadal are expected to headline a stellar cast at next month’s Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Cup in the Australian city of Melbourne.
A plan to quarantine Australian Open players at the Westin Melbourne is reportedly facing a legal challenge by apartment owners who live in the complex.
Rafael Nadal of Spain and Switzerland's Roger Federer were re-elected to the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Player Council for 2021-2022.