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By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Thursday January 14, 2021

Spain’s Alejandro Davidovich Fokina has become the latest player to test positive for Covid-19. The Spaniard, ranked 53, has tested positive and reportedly still has hope of playing at the Australian Open, but only a very small window to produce a negative test and board the flight to Melbourne for the quarantine.

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“This is not good news,” wrote journalist Fernando Murciego on Twitter. “Alejandro Davidovich and Jorge Aguirre tested positive for COVID-19 a few days ago. He #AusOpen He has asked for a PCR as soon as possible, but the deadlines for travel are running out this week. Right now, a very complicated situation for them.”

Reportedly, 21-year-old Davidovich Fokina has entered in the Quimper Challenger, which begins on February 1, as backup in case he is not able to make the Aussie Open deadline.