"But it's not that huge an advantage", the Austrian told The Guardian.
World number three Dominic Thiem said there is no great advantage for players self-isolating in Adelaide compared to conditions in Melbourne where the vast majority are serving the 14-day quarantine requirement ahead of the Australian Open.
'She's everything we love in a champion - and I'm sure when she plays at Memorial Drive next week the crowd is going to welcome her with open arms, ' Mr Marshall said. "You are going to get a better deal".
Australia's Barty, who has remained top of the rankings despite not playing since last February, joins a field which also includes major-winners Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka and Simona Halep.
The schedule of play is yet to be announced. He received unnecessary criticism a lot in the past.
It nearly doesn't exist here any more so Australia wants to keep it that way.
World No.1 tennis champion Ash Barty.
"Honestly it's been a wonderful experience so far for me being in quarantine in Australia".
Ashleigh Barty is set to return to the tennis court for something other than practice for the first time in 11 months. Novak only wanted to help but it's also obvious that it got denied."When the group in Adelaide emerge from their 14-day modified quarantine one of their first dates will be an exhibition event played at Memorial Drive, the local tennis centre". "It's 19 hours in the room and five hours out".
Besides that, we get a vehicle to the site.
Most of the players at the delayed Australian Open are quarantining in host city Melbourne, where Russia's Yulia Putintseva has complained repeatedly of mice in her room.
The Grand Slam has been marred by controversy after some 72 players were plunged into hard lockdown because they arrived in Melbourne on flights where passengers later tested positive to coronavirus.
"I apologised as soon as I realised my mistake". "I've been taken to a health hotel to self-isolate and be monitored."Sign up to The Recap, our weekly email of editors' picks".