MADRID – The Ecuadorian tennis player Gonzalo Escobar, 431 singles and 69 in the world in doubles, has confirmed that he has tested positive for a coronavirus, although he and his family are doing well.
“On Saturday I had a routine PCR test to be able to play the Nicolás Febres-Cordero tournament in Ballenita. Today the result arrived and COVID came out positive. I am very sorry for not being able to return to competition this weekend. For now The most important thing is that my family is fine and I have no symptoms, “says Escobar on his social networks.
“Now I will begin a two-week isolation period. The new tournament date will be announced soon. A hug to all,” he adds.
Escobar’s case is the following after Serbian Novak Djokovic, Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov and Croatian Borna Coric, all or two during the Adria Tour, and American Frances Tiafoe,