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I cant wait until there are real tournaments again! I dont want to see McHale beat Puig in an exhibition anymore
Lets get this started.
 

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she wants to start the season in US, but her coach isn't sure US tournaments will even happen, and even if they do, if she's gonna be able to get there in time - all the logistic procedures haven't even started yet, and he is a bit doubtful. That's why she entered, but if US happens as planned, she's OUT of Palermo.
 

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MD change

Kuznetsova OUT
Rus IN

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Wow, bombshell! I am thinking depending on her preparation, we may see Serena not play Cincy. Great news!
 

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OUT: Stojanovic, L.Fernandez
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Would Palermo happen on the scheduled date even if the American Swing were cancelled?

I'm a bit worried about Kentucky/Cincy/ Us Open after hearing the Citi Open possible cancellation...
 

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COVID-19 Testing in Palermo - drafted 17 July 2020


{

It is strongly recommended that players and PST (Player Support Team) take a PCR (nasopharyngeal swab) and Antibody Test between 5 and 7 days before traveling to the tournament. If taken, results from these tests must be provided to WTA SS&M before traveling to the tournament.

Players and PST should not travel before consulting with their personal physicians if they are experiencing symptoms &/or test positive related to COVID-19.

Players and PST must undergo COVID-19 screening and testing upon arrival at the tournament hotel. Players and PST must arrive at the tournament hotel at least 3 days before the first day they must be on site for a match at the tournament.

Players who arrive before the start of per diem (but no more than 3 days before they must be on site for a match) for required COVID-19 testing are not responsible for the cost of their own hotel nights before the start of per diem.

Testing in Palermo will commence on Tuesday 28 July and will be available daily from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm.

Access to site will only be allowed after receiving a negative result from the PCR Test at the tournament.

If a player tests positive for COVID-19 (PCR), the WTA will automatically withdraw her from the tournament, and the player will be required to isolate immediately and follow medical advice.

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COVID-19 Testing in Palermo - drafted 17 July 2020


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It is strongly recommended that players and PST (Player Support Team) take a PCR (nasopharyngeal swab) and Antibody Test between 5 and 7 days before traveling to the tournament. If taken, results from these tests must be provided to WTA SS&M before traveling to the tournament.

Players and PST should not travel before consulting with their personal physicians if they are experiencing symptoms &/or test positive related to COVID-19.

Players and PST must undergo COVID-19 screening and testing upon arrival at the tournament hotel. Players and PST must arrive at the tournament hotel at least 3 days before the first day they must be on site for a match at the tournament.

Players who arrive before the start of per diem (but no more than 3 days before they must be on site for a match) for required COVID-19 testing are not responsible for the cost of their own hotel nights before the start of per diem.

Testing in Palermo will commence on Tuesday 28 July and will be available daily from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm.

Access to site will only be allowed after receiving a negative result from the PCR Test at the tournament.

If a player tests positive for COVID-19 (PCR), the WTA will automatically withdraw her from the tournament, and the player will be required to isolate immediately and follow medical advice.

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The PCR test for covid-19 (see above) is where they stick a long tube into your nose down into your throat!!!!!
Sounds like some of the Spanish Inquisition boys are back at work.
 
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