For some players, the restrictions are even tighter after arriving on flights linked with four positive COVID-19 cases.
World number one, Novak Djokovic, has been one of the many people voicing their concerns about the conditions in hotel quarantine.
Police Minister Lisa Neville said Ms Putintseva was moved to a different room in the hotel, and she understood the player had been feeding the mouse.
"I would like to ask to be sensitive as well to the people who have lost their jobs and loved ones during this frightful time for all of us around the world".
13-ranked men's tennis player, criticized the Victorian government's handling of the Australian Open quarantine protocol in an interview Monday, comparing the experience to prison.
Novak Djokovic has denied he was being "selfish, hard and ungrateful" in making suggestions for easing quarantine restrictions ahead of the Australian Open.
The sacrifice the Australian public endured for months is why there appeared to be little sympathy on social media for players complaining about being forced to isolate for two weeks ahead of the tournament.
The countrywomen appear to be in their own rooms to play out the video, from tying up shoelaces, to diving over their beds to hit a victor.
Bautista Agut, who reached the Australian Open quarter-finals in 2019, said the conditions were taking a mental and physical toll on the players.
Mr Tiley, who is also Tennis Australia's chief executive, had earlier indicated taxpayers would partially subsidise some of the hotel quarantine costs associated with the grand slam.
The 17-time grand slam champion was labelled a "tool" by Nick Kyrgios after he was said to have asked for less time in isolation for players, requested they are given private housing with access to training courts, and better food.
Some players expressed surprise at the hard quarantine rules, suggesting they were not aware that if someone on their flight tested positive, they would have to adhere to a 14-day quarantine, without the opportunity to practice.
Novak might want to steer clear of giving any advice related to COVID-19, given what happened previous year.
"We all came to Australia to compete".
Tennis players have done what they can do to work out.
South Australia health officials "confirmed that there is no one who has an active COVID-19 infection in the entire tennis cohort based in Adelaide", the Australian Open said on Twitter.
She said while the Government supported the Australian Open "as an event", as it does with all big events, the additional cost of the quarantine arrangements was being funded by Tennis Australia.
There's a good chance the standard of play, at least in the opening rounds, may be a little lower than usual, given that the latest count has 72 professional players under quarantine in Melbourne. I would like to ask all of us to have respect for people who work tirelessly to try to make our lives easier.