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Andrey Rublev Threatens The Australian Open

The Russian professional tennis player Andrey Rublev has announced that he has been infected with the corona virus and threatens to be the next world-class player for the season opener in Australia.

The world number five was in Abu Dhabi for a show tournament before Christmas and is now the sixth corona case from the prominent field of participants.

Long-time world number one Rafael Nadal from Spain, Canadian Denis Shapovalov, British US Open winner Emma Raducanu, Olympic champion Belinda Bencic from Switzerland and Tunisian Ons Jabeur also provided information about infections surrounding the event.

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Now I have to get well and I will only go to Melbourne if it is safe for everyone

He is currently in Barcelona, ​​has been tested positive there and shows minimal symptoms, wrote Rublev, who is vaccinated by his own account, on Twitter late on Sunday evening.

The 24-year-old actually wanted to prepare for the next week's ATP Cup in Sydney and compete at the Australian Open in Melbourne from January 17th after the team competition. Rublev is definitely out of the ATP Cup.

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Now I have to get well and I will only go to Melbourne if it is safe for everyone

I am very sad and concerned about what happened. Please take care of yourself and the people around you

It is also uncertain whether or when the world number one Novak Djokovic will travel to Australia.

A decision by the Serb, who has described his vaccination status as a private matter, is expected shortly.

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