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Andy Murray says will assist restrictions on unvaccinated gamers at Austalian Open

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Andy Murray stated that it will be nice if extra gamers get vaccinated and he would assist additional restrictions on unvaccinated gamers if they’re carried out by the native authorities for the Australian Open. Murray stated he wish to see extra gamers getting vaccinated. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSZverev, who in April stated he had not been vaccinated, didn’t wish to be caught in the midst of the controversyTennis Australia has declined to touch upon preparations for gamers based mostly on their vaccination standingThe Australian Open is because of begin on January 17Former World No.1 Andy Murray stated that he would assist additional restrictions on unvaccinated gamers on the Australian Open if that’s what the native authorities implements. Victoria sports activities minister Martin Pakula stated on Tuesday that gamers planning to compete on the first Grand Slam of the yr ought to get vaccinated to present themselves the most effective likelihood of competing in Melbourne.

Tennis Australia has declined to touch upon preparations for gamers based mostly on their vaccination standing.”My understanding is if you’re unvaccinated you’re still allowed to play, it’s just the rules are going to be different,” Murray informed a information convention after Tuesday’s third-round Indian Wells defeat by Alexander Zverev.”You might just have to leave (for Australia) a few weeks earlier than everyone else. That’s the player’s choice. If the local government puts that in place then I would support that. It would be great if more players got vaccinated.”Australia particularly has been very, very strict over there. The public there have needed to endure a painful 18 months or no matter. If individuals are going to return into the nation and doubtlessly threat an outbreak of their group, yeah, that is comprehensible.”World number four Zverev, who in April said he had not been vaccinated, did not want to be stuck in the middle of the debate.”I absolutely respect the choices of gamers that aren’t vaccinated. I additionally do respect the choice that the Australian authorities is giving,” he said.”I do not wish to be in the midst of one thing which I type of am not concerned in as a result of I haven’t got that problem of the two-week quarantine, all that. I do not wish to go in opposition to anyone right here.”The Australian Open is because of begin on January 17.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.