Wimbledon champion Simona Halep has examined optimistic for COVID-19 and stated Saturday she is “recovering properly from gentle signs.”
The 29-year-old Halep, presently ranked No. 2 on the planet, had skipped the U.S. Open as a consequence of fears of catching the coronavirus. She stated in August that she most popular to remain and prepare in Europe.
The Romanian participant introduced her check outcome Saturday.
“I needed to let you understand that I examined optimistic for COVID-19. I’m self-isolating at dwelling and am recovering properly from gentle signs. I really feel good … we are going to get by means of this collectively,” Halep stated on Twitter.
Halep, a former top-ranked participant, gained Wimbledon in 2019 and the French Open in 2018. Wimbledon was cancelled this yr due to the pandemic.
Many European international locations are experiencing surging numbers of COVID-19 infections. A brand new wave of lockdowns swept throughout France, Germany and different locations in Europe this week.
International locations comparable to Switzerland, Italy, Bulgaria Greece have closed or in any other case clamped down once more on nightspots and imposed different restrictions comparable to curfews and necessary mask-wearing.
In August, Halep expressed concern about travelling to New York for the U.S. Open.
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