The Australian Open will do nothing to celebrate Australia Day to avoid offending fans on January 26

The Australian Open will do NOTHING to recognise Australia Day to avoid offending people with ‘differing views’ about January 26 – here’s what the tournament will celebrate instead

  • No events planned to mark national holiday at grand slam 
  • Decision made to be ‘inclusive and respectful’ of all 
  • Other Aussie sportspeople want date changed 

Australian Open organisers have chosen not to stage any events marking Australia Day as they seek to avoid conflict over the under-fire national holiday.

While the tournament held a First Nations Day last week and will…

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