Nadal tested positively on the coronavirus

Rafael Nadal tests positive for COVID-19
Rafael Naval has been positively tested for the coronavirus. This was announced by the 35-year-old Spaniard on Monday on Twitter. For Naval, it is a sensitive setback four weeks before the beginning of the Australian Open in Melbourne (from 17 January). Just before he had celebrated his comeback in Abu Dhabi at an invitation tournament after months of injury. Back in Spain, a PCR test was positive and Naval has gone into domestic isolation according to own information. Due to this situation, I have to make my schedule completely flexible and will examine my options depending on my development, Naval wrote with a view to his Australia plans. At the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, he wants to start an attack on his 21st major title. Currently, the Mallorca is equal to Novak Djokovic (Serbia) and Roger Federer (Switzerland) at 20 Grand Slam Siegen.