The glamorous WAGs of the Australian Open have been stealing the spotlight from their tennis partners. The Australian Open began in Melbourne on Monday with some of the best players from around the world battling it out for sporting glory. Though all eyes seem to be turned to their partners who are supporting them from the stands or at home in their lounge rooms. From high school sweethearts to reality TV stars, these are some of the women who have grabbed the attention off the court.
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Australian Open boss Craig Tiley has shut down complaints from players alleging organisers ambushed them with new quarantine rules. Tennis star Novak Djokovic demanded several changes to mandatory quarantine ahead of the Australian Open, while others find creative ways to train. Source:News Corp Australia. Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has rejected accusations from disgruntled tennis stars that organisers changed the rules about hotel quarantine at the last minute. New to Kayo? The hard lockdown sparked backlash among many stars as they raged against the strict conditions.
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Has anyone seen the latest Hitchcock film? Away from the bright lights of the Australian Open, Melbourne Park was hosting another tournament on its outside courts — although observers may have mistaken it for a remake of an Alfred Hitchcock film. New to Kayo? Madison Brengle and Bianca Andreescu both suffered early exits from the major Down Under but were keen to get more matches in and played each other in the opening round of the lower-profile tournament. Eventually the American and Canadian got going while a horde of seagulls flocked overhead, occasionally interrupting proceedings when they dropped down to the ground and swooped across at eye level during the match.
By Jo Tweedy For Mailonline. Some of the world's biggest tennis stars are finding ways to stay match fit ahead of the Australian Open - in spite of many of them being quarantined in their hotel rooms following a Covid outbreak ahead of the grand slam. Those players in strict isolation - 72 at the last count - have been sharing their inventive approach to keeping fit without access to the usual gyms and training courts including smashing balls at mattresses and curtains and creating tiny running tracks in their rooms.