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Yaroslava Shvedova became the first professional tennis player to be quarantined due to Coronavirus last week as the 32-year-old ended up on a plane from Moscow to Nur-Sulta, Kazakhstan with an Italian passenger that tested positive for Coronavirus.

Tennis Express

The former singles World No.25 (World No.3 doubles at one point) and two-time major doubles champion says she was on her way home to see her family after Indian Wells was cancelled but learned that she’d have to quarantine for 14 days soon after.




She later learned that her test was negative but still must complete her quarantine before being released.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

🚨 I have an updated! 🚨 My test for corona virus is Negative !!!!!👍 But I have to stay in quarantine for 2 weeks because I was flying very close to Infected person.🤦‍♀️😩 Because 2/3 of the passengers was send for home quarantine. But im staying positive and active as I can im my room. 💪 Hope everyone is healthy and safe! 🥰 #coronavirus #quarantine 🚨У меня есть обновление! 🚨 Мой тест на коронавирус отрицательный !!!!! 👍 Но я должен оставаться в карантине в течение 2 недель, потому что я летел очень близко к инфицированному человеку.🤦 😩Но 2/3 пассажиров были отправлен на карантин домой. Но я остаюсь позитивной и активной, как я могу в своей комнате. 💪 Надеюсь, что все здоровы и безопасны! 🥰 #короновирус #карантин

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