There hasn’t been a top tennis pro to test positive for the Coronavirus, but the numbers of those who may have been in contact with someone who is, or feel they could be infected, is growing.
The much-maligned Bernard Tomic announced that he went into self-quarantine last week.
“Since Tuesday, I started feeling not right. I already had shortness of breath and my immune system was low and run down. I’m currently in Miami and isolated away from everyone, as advised. I’m yet to be tested for but I have all the symptoms.”
Kazakh Slava Shvedova posted on Instagram that she’s in quarantine after taking a flight with passenger with the virus.
“Hello everyone from the quarantine! 😷Many people in Kazakhstan probably heard about the flight from Moscow to Nur-Sultan on March 12th and that on that flight there was a passenger flying from Milan who had a coronavirus. So I was on that flight, flying home to my family from California after Indian Wells was canceled. Not long after arrival I was placed in stationary quarantine like all passengers of that flight. #caronavirus”
And as a precaution to keep his family safe, Malek Jaziri has also placed himself in self-quarantine after travelling back home.
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