The Russian won't says if tennis fans will see him at Melbourne Park next year or not.
Players react to the prospect of having to be fully vaccinated in order to play in the first Grand Slam of 2022.
According to the world No.57, it is estimated that seven in every ten players on the men's Tour have recieved their COVID-19 jabs.
The Prime Minister says yes, but the Premier says no. So who will have the final say?
It is understood that conditions for the next Grand Slam 'will improve significantly.'
Players will not be exempt from a 'universal application' applied to those wishing to travel to the country.
The government official has issued a warning ahead of the Grand Slam but one player say they have been told something different...
The former world No.1 shares his view concerning next year's Grand Slam and gives an update on his plans for the rest of the season.
Martin Pakula has issued an update regarding the first Grand Slam of 2022.
According to one person involved in liaising with players on the WTA Tour, the conditions players have to abide by in Australia will be significantly stricter...