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The Australian Open warm-up race ended early due to the compression schedule.

The Australian Open warm-up race ended early due to the compression schedule.

△Fireworks set off at 00:00 on January 1, 2021, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia

The 2021 Australian Open will open in Melbourne on the 8th.

Due to the schedule adjustment caused by the pre-match diagnosis, the Grand Screen Championship in the Australian Open series warm-up matches will not be held after the semi-finals end on the 7th.

Contavett and American junior Ann Lee, who has reached the final, will both receive final points and bonuses, according to the release released on the day of the International Women’s Tennis Association.

Affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many twists and turns before the Australian Open this year.

First, some players were diagnosed in the qualifying match, and dozens of players were quarantined because of confirmed cases found among the participants who came to Australia.

A series of warm-up schedules have been greatly adjusted. After the warm-up match began, a quarantine hotel staff member had to suspend all the games for one day.

In addition, in the closed warm-up match, Bati, a native Australian player and the number one in the women’s singles world, defeated Muguraza 7-6 (3) and 6:4 in the Yarra Valley Classic on the 7th.

Mertens defeated Canepi 6:4 and 6:1 to win the Gippsland Championship.

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