Tennis player Novak Djokovic waves to fans from a hotel balcony in Adelaide, South Australia, one of the locations where players are quarantining for two weeks upon their arrival ahead of the Australian Open. Photo: AFP Tennis player Novak Djokovic waves to fans from a hotel balcony in Adelaide, South Australia, one of the locations where players are quarantining for two weeks upon their arrival ahead of the Australian Open. Photo: AFP
Tennis player Novak Djokovic waves to fans from a hotel balcony in Adelaide, South Australia, one of the locations where players are quarantining for two weeks upon their arrival ahead of the Australian Open. Photo: AFP
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Tennis aces meet match in quarantine

  • Top players who flew in for Melbourne Open only to be confined to hotels find there is only one winner when facing the coronavirus

Tennis player Novak Djokovic waves to fans from a hotel balcony in Adelaide, South Australia, one of the locations where players are quarantining for two weeks upon their arrival ahead of the Australian Open. Photo: AFP Tennis player Novak Djokovic waves to fans from a hotel balcony in Adelaide, South Australia, one of the locations where players are quarantining for two weeks upon their arrival ahead of the Australian Open. Photo: AFP
Tennis player Novak Djokovic waves to fans from a hotel balcony in Adelaide, South Australia, one of the locations where players are quarantining for two weeks upon their arrival ahead of the Australian Open. Photo: AFP
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