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Craig Tiley shares Australian Open’s lessons for the Olympics on hosting a major event during a pandemic – ABC News

Tennis Australia boss Craig Tiley says the Australian Open is a good example for the Olympics to follow in terms of managing a major event during a pandemic, but…

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Tennis Australia chief Craig Tiley says some form of quarantine is a must for the Tokyo Olympics to be able to take place safely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking on ABC Melbourne’s Grand National show on Saturday morning, Tiley said without quarantine, Games organisers were taking a big risk of large infection events taking place.
Tiley said he had not spoken directly to anyone at the Australian Olympic Committee, but had “read the playbook”.
“I’m sure there is more detail behind what I…

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