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Players Could Play at Australian Open without Covid-19 Test

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Players at the Australian Open will not need to take Covid-19 tests and could play if they have the virus.

Last year players had to test daily and isolate if positive and also had to be vaccinated, while in 2021 the event took place in a biosecure bubble.

The Australian Open starts on Monday, 16 January and runs until Sunday, 29 January.

Written by: Helen Obih

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