Andy Murray, who was handed a wildcard for the Australian Open 2021, is hopeful that he will probably be allowed to journey at a later date and compete as deliberate in Melbourne.
Andy Murray is a 3-time Grand Slam winner however is but to carry the Australian Open trophy (Reuters Photograph)
- Andy Murray has examined positive for coronavirus and is isolating at his Surrey house
- Murray was attributable to depart for Melbourne for the upcoming Australian Open 2021 this week
- Murray is but to win the Australian Open however has reached the boys’s singles remaining on 5 events
Former world primary tennis participant Andy Murray has examined positive for coronavirus and is at present self-isolating himself at his house in Surrey, it was confirmed on Thursday.
Murray was attributable to depart for Melbourne for the upcoming Australian Open 2021 this week on a particular constitution flight however should get better from the illness first earlier than he could make it in time for the season-opening Grand Slam match which begins on February 8, three weeks later than typical due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Australian Open organisers have made preparations for gamers and coaches to journey to Melbourne on 15 particular constitution flights with solely 25 per cent capability.
Strict COVID protocols state all gamers should return a adverse take a look at previous to boarding their flight and everyone seems to be examined on arrival and remoted till outcomes are acquired.
Every individual coming to Australia should quarantine for 14 days after touching down in Melbourne however gamers and coaches will probably be allowed to coach for 5 hours every single day.
Murray, who was handed a wildcard for the Australian Open, is hopeful that he will probably be allowed to journey at a later date and compete as deliberate. Murray has reached the Australian Open remaining on 5 events in the previous however has by no means gained the match.