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I don’t know why I’m sitting in my room in Melbourne for 14 days – Tennis Sports

World No. 37 Filip Krajinović reveals that he has been vaccinated with COVID-19 and does not want to be in long quarantine when he arrives in Melbourne for the Australian Open. bottom. The Australian Open organizers can take strict restrictions and measures, and some players have already complained about it.

“They are very strict there, and to be honest, if they have to be quarantined for 14 days after arriving in Melbourne, they won’t go to Australia,” Krajinović told the Serbian newspaper Blic. “I was vaccinated. I did my best to protect myself and the people around me, so I have no reason to sit in the room for 14 days.”

Krajinović “OK” with a short quarantine

“If they (the organizers) say they need to be quarantined for five days after arrival, that’s fine for me, but nothing more is acceptable to me,” Krajinovic said. increase.

“It will take 20 days to get ready because the season is over late. Charter flights have been reorganized and the last one is scheduled for December 28th for players, which I am in Australia. It’s the last day you can go to.

We’ll see what the final decision from Melbourne will be, so we’ll cut down what’s best to do. Krajinović said in an interview with Brick that Novak Djokovic would play the WTA Finals and their goal was to win the title.

“I would like to use the following three tournaments to liven up the match before the Davis Cup,” Krajinović said. “Our goal is to lift the trophy as in 2010, as we go there with all the best players.

Novak is with us, so we certainly won’t lose there. We agreed to play, all of us, we want to get that trophy. ”

– Tennis Sports

I don’t know why I’m sitting in my room in Melbourne for 14 days

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