1. Palermo Open Marks Return of Professional Tours  The New York Times
  2. WTA statement on player testing positive for COVID-19 in Palermo  WTA Tennis
  3. Ready, set, reopen: 410 COVID-19 tests come back negative in Palermo  Tennis Magazine
  4. Return of tennis goes ahead as planned despite positive Covid-19 test  The Guardian
  5. Player tests positive for coronavirus before WTA Palermo Open  Eyewitness News
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A handful of prominent late withdrawals may have taken some of the sheen off the Palermo Ladies Open but the importance of the claycourt event is not lost on the sport as it marks the return of professional tennis on Monday after the COVID-19 shutdown.A handful of prominent late withdrawals may have taken some of the sheen off the Palermo Ladies Open but the importance of the claycourt event is not lost on the sport as it marks the return of professional tennis on Monday after the COVID-19 shutdown.

The player is asymptomatic and has withdrawn from the Palermo Ladies Open.The player is asymptomatic and has withdrawn from the Palermo Ladies Open.

WTA statement on player testing positive for COVID-19 in Palermo

TENNIS.com - Live Scores, Tennis News, Player Ranking, and Complete Tournament Data.With qualifying beginning Saturday, the WTA International event in Sicily marks the return of tour-level tennis following a five-month break for the coronavirus pandemic.

Ready, set, reopen: 410 COVID-19 tests come back negative in Palermo | TENNIS.com - Live Scores, News, Player Rankings

WTA chief Steve Simon hopes Palermo Ladies Open would provide a blueprint for tournament operations for the rest of 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.WTA chief Steve Simon hopes Palermo Ladies Open would provide a blueprint for tournament operations for the rest of 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The unnamed player, who did not have any symptoms of COVID-19, has withdrawn from the tournament which gets underway in Sicily on 3 August. The unnamed player, who did not have any symptoms of COVID-19, has withdrawn from the tournament which gets underway in Sicily on 3 August.

Player tests positive for coronavirus before WTA Palermo Open

(REUTERS) - A handful of prominent late withdrawals may have taken some of the sheen off the Palermo Ladies Open but the importance of the clay-court event is not lost on the sport as it marks the return of professional tennis on Monday (Aug 3) after the Covid-19 shutdown.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Tennis News -(REUTERS) - A handful of prominent late withdrawals may have taken some of the sheen off the Palermo Ladies Open but the importance of the clay-court event is not lost on the sport as it

Tennis: All eyes on Palermo Open which marks return of professional tours and will point the way ahead, Tennis News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The unnamed player has withdrawn but the WTA says the tournament will proceed as scheduled.The unnamed player has withdrawn but the WTA says the tournament will proceed as scheduled.

Player tests positive for Covid-19 at Ladies Palermo Open | Witney Gazette

Palermo Ladies Open marks the return of professional tennis after the coronavirus shutdown and will have strict health protocols with everyone having to undergo Covid-19 tests.Palermo Ladies Open marks the return of professional tennis after the coronavirus shutdown and will have strict health protocols with everyone having to undergo Covid-19 tests.

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