The 2022 season is just around the corner and the conformation of the tennis calendar begins to clear up the unknowns that suffered the last two seasons due to the pandemic.
However, a new coronavirus outbreak in the State of Queensland is putting that rising sun in check. The Brisbane tournament, the benchmark event on the tour prior to the Australian Open 2022, is the “headdress.”
The event director, Mark Handley, acknowledges that they are in a complicated scenario that they cannot go beyond: “With the current conditions, it is a very complex challenge to be able to hold the tournament. We hope to be able to move the tournament forward, but right now we cannot go beyond the day-to-day. Depending on how the health situation is going, the government will change its measures and we have no choice but to work in case favorable circumstances arise, “he said in brisbanetimes.com.
Likewise, Craig Tiley, CEO of Tennis Australia, He continued to support his peers: “I would like to personally thank the Queensland government, the authorities and our own teams for their efforts during the extensive process we are going through to reach a decision.”