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First case of coronavirus in tennis: Seyboth-Wild positive

Gabby Barker

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Final week the alarm went off on the planet tennis: the Australian tennis participant Bernard Tomic had signs of the coronavirus. However these claims have been rapidly denied by Andrea Petkovic, and is that the German tennis participant was emphatic about it when stating that every thing was an invention Tomic, who on previous events has already been surrounded by controversy as a consequence of playing points.

“Everyone knows that he’s a insurgent, his Balkan traits of his household are appreciated in his character. He's continuously speaking nonsense and the final one was that she had coronavirus. I wrote myself just a few days in the past and he acknowledged me that it was all a lie and that not even he is aware of why he did it, “stated the German tennis participant on the portal GoTennis, purpose why the potential illness of Tomic is in doubt.

Positive first in tennis

Who has confirmed having the illness is Thiago Seyboth-Wild, 20-year-old younger Brazilian tennis participant, who by means of his social networks has reported his positive in COVID-19. On this means, Seyboth-Wild is the primary tennis participant with coronavirus, not less than formally: “I’ve been remoted since final week and following the directions of the medical doctors. This virus could be very critical. Keep residence and keep away from contact with different folks, “he stated in a video posted on Twitter.

It ought to be famous that Seyboth-Wild, one of the gamers with probably the most promising future on the circuit, a number of weeks in the past he gained the title at ATP 250 in Santiago de Chile, in addition to taking part in the qualifying spherical on the Davis Cup finals in opposition to Australia (fell to Millman).

Gabby is someone who is interested in all types of sports, she loves to attend watching matches live. Whenever there is a match being played in her city, she makes sure to get the tickets in advance. Due to the love for sports, she joined Sportsfinding, and started writing general sports news. Apart from writing the news, she is also the editor for the website who checks and edits every news content before they go live.

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