Tsitsipas authorized to play despite contamination from his partner at the ATP Cup
Tested positive for the coronavirus after arriving in South Africa, the Greek Michail Pervolarakis will not prevent the continuation of the Australian Open. Partner of Stefanos Tsitsipas in doubles at the ATP Cup, the 24-year-old did not take part in the Australian Grand Slam.
“We will continue normally, explained Craig Tiley, boss of the Australian Open quoted by the Sidney Morning Herald. Obviously, any person on site who shows symptoms related to COVID-19 must immediately isolate themselves and suffer a test. We didn’t get any of that. “
Negative when he left Australia, Michail Pervolarakis would have contracted the Covid during his transit according to the organizers of the tournament played in Melbourne.
“After 24 hours of traveling between Australia and South Africa, I tested positive for Covid-19,” said the Greek in a post on Instagram. I am completely asymptomatic at the moment and will have to put myself in quarantine.”
The pride of Chambly despite the defeat in Clermont
At the end of an incredible day, Chambly finally lost to Clermont (1-0). After the meeting, the president of the Camblysian club expressed his pride in the performance of his team.
“The situation could even be worse in a week. We will cross our fingers but it is very complicated, reacted Fulvio Luzi this Saturday at the microphone of beIN Sport. […] We are the first in Ligue 2 to have so many cases with 11 positive players. We’re going to hang on. we are barrage and nothing is lost. We are not given a gift, that’s clear. But that’s life. My pleasure is to have seen a devastated and destitute team achieve a big match against the third in the championship. I’m proud of my boys. “
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The coronavirus continues to disrupt the world and sport is no exception. The day after a day marked by the Chambly imbroglio and the maintenance of its match in Clermont, French football is now impatiently awaiting the meeting scheduled for Tuesday with the Minister of Sports. Roxana Maracineanu has already laid the groundwork for a summit meeting.