(Reuters) – American Madison Keys said on Thursday she has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss next month’s Australian Open in Melbourne. The world number 16 said she tested positive before traveling to Australia and now isolates herself at home. The first Grand Slam of the year is scheduled to be played February 8-21. “I am very disappointed that I will not be able to play in the next few weeks after training hard in the off season and getting to know Tennis Australia and touring did so much to make these events happen,” the 25-year-old tweeted https: //twitter.com/ Madison_Keys / status / 1349717917064163335. Earlier, Britain’s former world number one Andy Murray tested positive for the virus, casting doubt on his participation in the Australian Open.
American Keys tests positive for COVID-19 and will miss Australian Open By Reuters
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