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Alcaraz tests positive for coronavirus and loses the Davis Cup

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The young Carlos Alcaraz received the news that his test for coronavirus has been positive, so he will not be able to play the Davis Cup Finals. The 18-year-old from Murcia was going to make his absolute debut in the competition, as second singlist after the absence of Roberto Bautista.

Very bad news for the Spanish Tennis Team, with the forced withdrawal of one of its members, and especially a player as important as Carlos Alcaraz. On two consecutive days, the team led by Seri Bruguera has run out of two weight members, after the loss of Bautista Agut, and now that of Juan Carlos Ferrero’s pupil. After the defection of the Castellón, Albert Ramos He had joined the team, and now the Catalan will have the responsibility of playing one of the singles points.

The sadness for a sudden absence

Despite his pain for not being able to debut in the Davis Cup Finals, and playing at the Madrid Arena, Alcaraz published a message on his social networks, confirming the positive for coronavirus, and bringing peace of mind to his fans. “Hi everyone, I wanted to communicate that today I have tested positive for Covid-19, which will prevent me from playing the Davis Cup that I was so excited about. On Saturday I did a PCR, which I gave negative and antigen tests every two days, and all negative.

“I am sad because of the way I miss such an important and super special tournament for me as the Davis Cup, I was very excited to play and represent my country here in Madrid, in front of my people. But sometimes things don’t happen the way you want them to, and you have to get over it, It is a very hard stick but we will have to get up in the face of this situation and leave reinforced“.

At the moment I am very well, with very mild symptoms and we will see how it progresses. A lot of encouragement to the whole team. I will be cheering and watching on television. Thank you all for your support, the Murcian’s writing ended.

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