The bad news in the circuit related to the coronavirus continues.
Now that another casualty was announced in Saint Petersburg, this time, it was made public that the coach Leonardo Olguin tested positive during the Parma Challenger so his pupil, the doubles player Andres Molteni, was discharged from the ATP of Sardinia and is a doubt for the ATP of Antwerp.
The funny thing is that the Argentine tennis player (today 65th ATP in doubles and Top 200 in singles in 2011), who shared a room with him, has tested negative like the rest of the close contacts. However, according to the Italian authorities, he will have to stay in his hotel room for 8 days even in Parma, so the Challenger champion from Aix en Provence in September is putting his place in Belgium in jeopardy.
It is worth noting that since that test last Thursday, Olguín (who several weeks of the year is also part of the teams by Diego Schwartzman and Federico Coria) was not tested again.