Thursday, January 14, 2021 19:52 PM (GMT + 7)
(Tennis news) An unhappy news for tennis lover Andy Murray when the Wimbledon champion was officially positive for Covid-19.
Former world No. 1 player Andy Murray has just been announced officially positive for Covid-19. The UK tennis star has only mild symptoms and he still hopes to be able to attend the Australian Open, which will kick off from February 8.
Murray was unexpectedly positive for Covid-19
Murray’s health condition is relatively stable. The 33-year-old player is quarantining himself at home and is expected to remain on the flight to bring 18 players to the Australian Open run by the organizers. The chances of Murray being allowed to enter under the current quarantine rules are still quite large, after Tennys Sandgren was allowed entry despite being Covid-19 positive in Los Angeles earlier last week.
Murray finished second at the Australian Open 5 times and although the chance to go deeper in this year’s tournament is not too high, the currently ranked 123 player in the world is still very determined and full of desire to attend this event. . Remember, also in Melbourne in 2019, Murray was moved to tears when he planned to retire due to a hip injury.
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