The players did not know that if anyone tested positive for COVID-19, all the other passengers on the plane would be confined to their hotel rooms for 14 days.
Tiley, appearing on Nine Network television on Tuesday, rejected calls from some men's players to reduce Australian Open matches to best-of-three sets instead of best of five.
What are the complaints from the players in quarantine?
Others are allowed five hours outside their hotel rooms each day for preparation, in line with arrangements made by organisers Tennis Australia with health authorities.
Earlier, 47 players were in quarantine after three people tested positive on a flight from Los Angeles and another from Abu Dhabi. I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me. Nicki Kyrgios has taken the entire pandemic situation very seriously, refusing to compete in the previous 11 months and staying at home in Australia without traveling.
25 more Australian Open tennis players have been placed in quarantine after a passenger on their flight tested positive yesterday, bringing the total to 72.
"And then they might understand that it's probably not a bad deal - they're having their airfares paid, their hotel paid, their food paid and they get a minimum $100,000 in prizemoney if they're in the main draw". But Djokovic asked organizers to move some players to houses with private courts, according to a 7News report.
What has the reaction been to the demands?
"But with the difficulties we are encountering now, and there are many, we seem to be coping quite well - but I think at best it's going to be a compromised championship because so numerous players won't have a fair opportunity to prepare". Australia has a meager number of people that have been infected by the deadly virus and one of the world's strictest rules for entry. The rules apply to them the same as they apply to everybody else.
"I'm trying to do as much as I can - all the stretching, all the exercising and anything I can possibly do - and hoping for the physios when they come out to do some magic here", he said. "Because the virus doesn't treat you specially, so neither do we", he said on Monday.
"I can't really complain".
"They put me not in the nicest hotel like other players!" she wrote.
'So there might be some more positives in coming days but that that will take place over time'.
Australian Open organizers confirmed late Sunday that the latest case involved a passenger on the flight from Doha, Qatar to Melbourne who was not a member of the playing contingent, But all 58 passengers, including the 25 players, now can not leave their hotel rooms for 14 days.