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Adelaide agreed to welcome Djokovic, Nadal and Thiem if they would play exhibition matches at the end of January. Other players will be quarantined in Melbourne.
"We're right up to the edge on the numbers of people we're allowed to quarantine in Melbourne," Tiley said. "We approached the South Australian government about the possibility of them quarantining at least 50 people. But they wouldn’t have any interest in doing it, because there’s no benefit to them to put their whole community at risk. But it would be a benefit if there was an exhibition just before Melbourne. So we chose the Top 3 men (and Top 3 women) and they’ll play an exhibition on the 29th and 30th of January." - Craig Tiley
Craig Tiley has confirmed that the top three men's and women's players - which include Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem - will undergo their mandatory quarantine in Adelaide rather thanwww.sportskeeda.com