World no.1 Novak Djokovic’s mentor and previous Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic is the most recent to test positive for coronavirus after his cooperation in the doomed Adria World Tour. Ivanisevic made the declaration in an Instagram post on Friday.
“I might want to illuminate each and every individual who has been in contact with me that I tried positive and request that they take additional great consideration of themselves and their friends and family,” Ivanisevic composed. “I will keep on self disengage as I have been doing as of now.”
Ivanisevic said he had tried negative twice over the most recent 10 days and that he has no indications.
Ivanisevic was the person who had reported the dropping of the visit on June 22 after Grigor Dimitrov tried constructive for coronavirus. In the resulting days, various players thought of positive tests, including Djokovic himself.
The competitions highlighted stuffed groups and gatherings for which Djokovic has gone under noteworthy analysis lately. Ivanisevic had anyway protected the Serbian on Wednesday.
“Everyone is brilliant now, and they are assaulting Novak,” he disclosed to New York Times. “We were secured for a quarter of a year. He composed this visit. The players came in Belgrade and we had great tennis and a decent climate. Everything in Serbia and everything in Croatia was finished with the proposals by the legislature.”