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The Australian Open is currently scheduled to be played from 18 January to 31 January next year.
At the Australian Open to be held in January next year, due to Corona, the crisis has started looming. The Australian newspaper quoted the news agency as saying on Saturday that due to the Kovid-19 protocol in the country, tennis tournaments could be held in February or March instead of January.
However Tennis Australia (TA) described it as purely speculative. The TA spokesperson said that we have already said that we are working with the administration regarding the tournament. Soon we will come to you with some updates.
MP said – time is not yet decided
According to the report published in the newspaper, Australian MP Daniel Andrews said that I am confident that we will organize the Australian Open early next year. He said that nothing has been completely decided about his scheduled time and arrangement.
The tournament was to be held from January 18
The Australian Open is scheduled to be played from 18 January to 31 January next year. Apart from Tennis Australia, administration and politicians are also putting full force to organize the Australian Open between Corona.
Andrews had previously said that the TA hoped to soon allow Victorian and Australian Governments to train players in Quarantine in mid-December.
3 tennis courts ready to host Australian Open
3 courts are being prepared in Melbourne Park for the Australian Open. In which Road Laver Arena is the largest. It has a seating capacity of 15,000 people. At the same time, Melbourne Arena has a seating capacity of 9,646 people. Whereas, Margaret Court Arena has a seating capacity of 7,500 people.
Djokovic won the Australian Open the most 8 times
Novak Djokovic of Serbia has won the Australian Open title the most 8 times. At the same time, Roy Emmerson of Australia and Roger Federer of Switzerland won the title 6-6 times. Australia’s Jack Crawford and Ken Rosewell have won the Australian Open title 4-4 times.