Bopanna looking to bounce back
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The close bonding with his family, the camaraderie with players and a fine sense of humour keep Rohan Bopanna cheerful most of the time. It is no different in Adelaide where he is on a 72-hour quarantine before the first ATP event of the season.
“The good thing is, I have my family with me here. And we can train during quarantine,” said Bopanna, happy to have his two-year-old daughter around.
For three days it will only be the hotel and practice courts, walking distance from each other.
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