Ever for the reason that tennis season resumed, the organizing committee, together with the ATP and WTA, has been taking essential precautions to maintain the virus off the venue. Nonetheless, we’ve seen repeatedly the gamers and employees testing constructive. The newest addition to the checklist is three-time Grand Slam champion Juan Sebastian Cabal.
The previous world no 1 in doubles examined constructive for COVID-19, a day after shedding the Forte Village Sardegna Open within the finals. The participant shared the information with the world by means of his social media retailers. Juan assured everybody that he has already remoted himself from everybody.
“Regardless of all of the care we’ve had and the suggestions that they’ve given us and several other assessments which have been achieved throughout these months of tour final evening I’ve examined constructive for covid-19. I’ve already remoted myself, I’m already quarantining to keep away from infect somebody,” stated the Colombian tennis participant.
The participant additionally gave a press release about his doubles companion Robert Farah. Regardless that he has examined constructive, Sarah examined adverse. Juan appeared assured as he promised to return to motion quickly.
“I’ve taken all due care. Happily, Robert (Farah) has examined adverse, so nothing. I’ll proceed to maintain myself, do every little thing I’ve to do to get out of this.”
— ESPN Tenis (@ESPNtenis) October 18, 2020
The tennis star’s Grand Slam exploits
The Columbian gained his first Grand Slam again in 2017. Partnering with Abigail Spears, Juan clinched the combined doubles Grand Slam in Melbourne. Nonetheless, he needed to wait for 2 extra years for the lads’s doubles Grand Slam.
He teamed up with Robert Farah and claimed two successive Grand Slam titles. The pair first gained the Wimbledon Championship, defeating French pair Nicolas Mahut and Édouard Roger-Vasselin.
After the success in Britain, the pair claimed their second Grand Slam within the US Open, defeating Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos.