Former women’s world number one Angelique Kerber says she may have thought twice about coming to Melbourne for the Australian Open had she known there was the possibility of spending two weeks in hard quarantine.
- Kerber was one of the 72 players who went into a hard lockdown in Melbourne
- She says her Australian Open preparation suffered from her being confined to her hotel room
- The German lost 6-0, 6-4 to Bernarda Pera in the first round
Kerber, the 2016 Australian Open champion, was one of the 72…