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  • former world number one tennis player Andy Murray's place at next month's Australian Open is in doubt because he's tested positive for coronavirus.

  • Mhm, the five time runner up in Melbourne is now self isolating but remains in good health.

  • Now ranked 123rd in the world, he was awarded a wild card to play in the main draw and still hopes to compete in the event, which is due to begin on February the eighth.

  • However, that could prove difficult with players and officials already arriving in Australia during a special 36 hour window needing to serve a mandatory isolation of 14 days.

  • The state of Victoria, once Australia's Cove in 19 hot spot, has said it will impose the strongest protocols seen at any tennis tournament for those flying in.

  • One of those is due to be the U.

  • S s top 50 ranked men's player.

  • Tennis.

  • Sanguine he got special permission to board a chartered flight from L.

  • A bound for the Australian Open on Wednesday despite returning a positive co vid 19 test earlier in the week, having previously had the virus in late November, Tennis Australia said in a statement.

  • The decision to allow sanguine to fly had been made after a review by medical officials.

  • Former champion Rafael Nadal is another toe have his preparations disrupted.

  • He'll be traveling to Australia without his coach Carlos Moya, who's decided to stay in Spain because of concerns over the ongoing health situation.

former world number one tennis player Andy Murray's place at next month's Australian Open is in doubt because he's tested positive for coronavirus.

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Andy Murray tests positive for COVID-19

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/17
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