Japan said on Tuesday it would take countermeasures to ensure next year's Tokyo Olympics are not derailed by cyberattacks after Britain and the United States accused Russia of orchestrating efforts to disrupt the Games. Olympics organisers reported no significant impact on their operations for the 2020 Games, which were postponed until next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Britain and the United States on Monday condemned what they said were a series of malicious cyberattacks orchestrated by Russian military intelligence, including attempts to disrupt the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Russian agents tried to disguise themselves as Chinese and North Korean hackers in ‘false-flag’ operations, UK alleges
The tournament organisers said Querrey, his wife and baby son tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Sunday, a day before the main draw started. In a statement, the tournament organisers said Querrey did not open the door for a doctor's visit on Monday and the family left the hotel next day without informing the reception. Men's tennis body ATP on Wednesday released a statement to its players saying a "serious breach of protocol" had occurred at the tournament, but did not name Querrey.