After what was the letter that Novak Djokovic sent to Craig Tiley, director of the Australian Open, to ask for better conditions for the players in Melbourne, Daniel Andrews, Prime Minister of Victoria, was blunt about this: “People are free to provide a list of demands, but the answer is no.“, he indicated.
At the same time, the politician added in a press conference that there was no confusion on this issue at the time before the players travel to the country: “The rules apply to them as they apply to everyone else and everyone was briefed on that before they came and that was the condition they came in.“he explained.
Finally, Andrews noted about the letter from the world’s number one: “There is no special treatment here. Because the virus does not treat you especially. So neither do we. There is still a lot of time for two weeks, a lot of time for two weeks of quarantine and train before February 8 before the tournament begins, “he closed.