Australian Open: Tomic tested positively after strange premonition

Already on Tuesday, Bernard Comic had taken care of the Court with a bad premonition for excitement, two days later, the Australian Tennisprofi has actually been positively tested for the coronavirus. I feel pretty ill, said the 29-year-old on Thursday the Australian newspapers the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald and confirmed the occurrence of his self-diagnosis, but despite which he had gone in the place on Tuesday.

Already during the 1: 6, 4: 6 defeat against the Russian Roman Safiullin in the first qualifying round for the Australian Open, Comic had caused a curb with strange corona hints. I’m sure I’ll be positive in the next two days, he said during the match to the chair referee — and even suggested a strange bet.

I invite you to eat if I’m not tested positively in three days. Otherwise, you invite me to eat, Comic said, but also that of his view inadequate test rules in the run-up to the Australian Open (from 17 January) criticized.

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I can not believe that nobody is being tested. They allow the players to come to the Court with quick tests from their room. I ask you, Comic scolded, There are no official PCR tests. The Australian was once considered great talent on the ATP tour, but in recent years, he usually made only off the courts for headlines. In the world ranking Comic stands only in 257th place.