Brkic positive for COVID-19 at Tipsarevic exhibition

The number of positives in tennis grows. Behind the gruesome Adria Tour organized by Novak Djokovic, and that it had to be canceled due to the trail of infections that it left in its path through the Croatian town of Zadar, it is now Bosnian Tomislav Brkic who has contracted the coronavirus. The event occurred in the extenista exhibition tournament Janko Tipsarevic, held at the Serbian Academy in Belgrade.

“He had no pronounced symptoms, but he was a little gaunt. This year I was playing doubles and in Belgrade I did it in singles, the first match was very long, lasted three hours and I felt very tired, so I had to cancel my participation. I returned to my house in Mostar and I underwent a test, which turned out to be positive “, explained the 30-year-old Bosnian tennis player to the Balkan channel Sport Klub.

The actual number 106 of the ATP ranking in the doubles and international modality with Bosnia, He remains in quarantine until the virus is overcome, although he confirmed that he does not have any type of discomfort: “I am not sure where I got infected, I spent two weeks in Belgrade. I'm quarantined and I feel great, only I am hoarse, I have already notified all those who were in contact with me to carry out a test. “The case of Brkic joins those of Djokovic, Troicki, Dimitrov, Coric and Sabanov, so there are at least six the positive ones known for COVID-19 in tennis players, all of them produced in the last two weeks.