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Federico Correa tested positive

The days coming up for matches in Australia are becoming more and more chaotic. It was nice too Federico Correa The Argentine team tested positive for COVID-19. Other passengers – including others Christian Karin – Insecure.

By Michael Rothschädl

Last modified: 12/30/2021, 8:24 pm

Federico has tested positive for Correa Covit-19

The Argentine team surrounding Diego Schwartzman will have to do without Federico Correa in the ATP Cup. World No. 63. Covit-19 was positively tested after coming under Town and should now go for compulsory isolation. According to media reports, another test will now be carried out – if this is also positive, Argentina should be left alone. Roberto Batista Agut coach Daniel Kimeno also tested positive.

In the Argentina squad, if the test result is positive again, Fagundo Bognis will replace Correa. In Division D, Argentina faces Poland, Greece and Georgia. In addition to Swartzman, Federico Delphine is in the singles division. A run at the Australian Open, which starts on January 17, could put Korea at 63 in the world rankings, even if they are still in danger of being isolated. Will start at the first major event of the year. Korea is not currently experiencing any symptoms.

Uncertainty among other passengers

Korea’s positive test result left its mark on other passengers on the charter flight from Ezeiza to Sydney. Among other things, World No. 17. Christian Carin (Chile) rides the same machine in Santiago de Chile, berichtete The Nation. According to Australian protocol, all passengers who have tested negative upon arrival in Australia must undergo an antigen test every day for the next four days. Isolation is not planned at the moment.

Down Under first tests have already revealed several positive test results. People like Denis Shapovalov, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Benoit Paire and Aslan Karatsev have to test positive for Covit-19 in Australia before or after their departure and pass the first instances. At least none of the above at the Australian Open seem to be in serious danger.