Andy Murray infected with covid-19 and may fail Grand Slam
Tennis player Andy Murray is infected with covid-19 and is in danger of missing the Australian Open, the first major Grand Slam of this season.
Murray would travel in the next few hours, on one of the 18 planes rented by the tournament organization, to Melbourne, and when he arrived he would have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine period.
According to the BBC and Sky, the Scottish tennis player is in isolation in London, without symptoms and waiting for permission to travel in the future.
The first Grand Slam, in Australia, begins on February 8 and could escape the hands of Andy Murray, who has won three Grand Slam tournaments in his career.
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