Rafael Nadal on Monday scribbled on the conditions for players’ detention ahead of the Australian Open, a week after Novak Djokovic revealed his proposals to organizers.
“Some people have to go public with everything they try to do to help others, while others unknowingly make it more private … some of us don’t even have to campaign with it,” the Spanish star told ESPN Argentina in an interview on Monday.
The first Grand Slam of the season, to be held from February 8 to 21, eight-time Australian Open winner Djokovic has sent a list of nominations to the Australian Tennis Federation (Tennis Australia, TA). Detention conditions in Melbourne. These are more basic than inside Adelaide’s “VIP” Health Bubble, which is reserved for the best players registered for the tournament.
“Things are better in Adelaide than most players in Melbourne,” Nadal, 34, and N.2 agreed in the ATP rankings behind Djokovic.
“But there are players in Melbourne who have big rooms where they can practice physical activity, others are young and they can’t have relationships with their coach or their physical trainer,” Mallorcon said.
“Where is the line?” He asks. This is a moral question. Everyone has their own opinion and everyone is respectful. “
A total of 72 players were banned from leaving their rooms for two weeks after Kovid-19 cases were detected on a flight to Australia.
Others have an exit permit for five hours a day, who can be trained on the condition that they do not undergo a positive PCR test and do not consult.