Australian Open: Covid-19 infected Paula Badosa apologises after complaining about ‘unfair’ quarantine rules

//Australian Open: Covid-19 infected Paula Badosa apologises after complaining about ‘unfair’ quarantine rules

Australian Open: Covid-19 infected Paula Badosa apologises after complaining about ‘unfair’ quarantine rules

A Spanish tennis player has apologised after slamming quarantine rules at the Australian Open, days before testing positive for Covid-19.World No 67 Paula Badosa said she understood “the sad situation”, adding: “Sorry guys.”The 23-year-old was among tennis stars who complained about their confinement ahead of the tournament, which was delayed by three weeks due to the pandemic.Three of 17 charter flights carrying the players into the largely virus-free country reported positive cases, meaning…

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