Bianca Andreescu (Bianca Andreescu) has signed COVID-19 and therefore cannot participate in the Madrid Open, which will start later this week.
“I’m sorry to have to retire from Madrid, I really look forward to playing there,” Andrescu first responded in a brief statement shared on the event’s Twitter account.
“After getting two negative results before flying to Madrid, I regret to inform me that I was declared positive for COVID-19. Therefore, I will not play in Madrid later this week because-she subsequently She wrote her personal account in her letter. I feel good, I am taking a break, and I continue to follow the rules. I can’t wait to get back on the court.”
Andreescu is currently ranked sixth in the WTA rankings. When she fell behind 6-3, 4-0 with a right ankle injury in the Miami Open final against Ashleigh Barty on April 3, she was confiscated.
The next day, the Canadian declared that his injuries were not serious. She has never played since then.