Australian Open: Tennis stars should quarantine their vulgar display of entitlement

Stars shocked that the same rules apply to them just like everyone else

Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic exercises in his hotel room in Melbourne. Photograph:  William West/AFP via Getty Images

Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic exercises in his hotel room in Melbourne. Photograph: William West/AFP via Getty Images

If you have been unable to suppress that constant high pitched background sound, don’t be alarmed, that’s not tinnitus. That’s the tennis players’ and WAGs’ shrill thrum from their plush Australian hotels complaining about mundane pandemic living in 2021, so very, very, very much like what normal shelter-in-place people have to do. That, drongo, is just not on.

Part of the fallout now is that we have to deal with sounds that cannot be unheard and images that cannot be unseen such as those conjured by former Oz Love Island contestant Vanessa Sierra, a highly skilled and prolific supplier of content to the subscription site OnlyFans.

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