Rafael Nadal tests positive for Covid-19
Gnews: Rafael Nadal tests positive for Covid-19. The 35-year-old tennis star himself said this on social media. Nadal went to Abu Dhabi last week to play an exhibition match. It was there that he was reported to have contracted corona. As a result, his presence at the Australian Grand Open, the first Grand Slam of the year, was called into question.
On Twitter, Nadal reported that Kovid had been infected. Wrote, “I’m infected with covid. Going through a bad experience. Hopefully, I will recover slowly. I am staying at home at the moment. I have informed those who have come in contact with me. After coming to Spain, I had the Covid test and RT PCR test. That’s when I got the positive report. ”
Nadal also said his corona test reports in Kuwait and Abu Dhabi were negative. Even when Corona was tested last Friday, the report was negative. Nadal also told fans that his future will depend on how he plays in the upcoming tournaments.
Rafael Nadal recently returned to the tennis court after recovering from an injury. However, he lost to former number one tennis star Andy Murray in the exhibition match of the World Test Championship in Abu Dhabi. Murray defeated Nadal 6-3, 6-5. Meanwhile, the Australian Open is at the beginning of the year. One of the best gland slams will start on January 18. In this situation, Nadal is more likely not to play in the Australian Open. But for now, the only prayer of Rafa’s supporters is that he recovers soon.
Rafael Nadal tested positive for the coronavirus after returning to Spain from a tennis tournament in Abu Dhabi. His positive test could affect his plans for the Australian Open next month. https://t.co/9L0cSNhlez
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