Not only cricket now tennis is also heeded into a resumption of the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus outbreak, the double curse of ten Pakistani cricketers are tested positive for the COVID-19 test and also various tennis players comprising Novak Djokovic also tested positive for the COVID test.
This has poured cold water on assurances of the risk-free sport after many to and fro graph, in the current face of a global pandemic.
The words of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan, are cleared to the point of the current virus in the Pakistani team he said, “He may be the poster boy for problems in Pakistan” if anything to go by after the pandemic then – he might no longer be on the Pakistan central treaties for the foreseeable fate after this.
But the lid of a possible Pandora’s box has been lifted by Mohammad Hafeez by denying the PCB’s claims that he is among the ten cricketers testing positive for the COVID-19 test before departing for the England tour.
The enactment evacuates much to be needed, but the intents might have been in the good point to figure out. The holder of seventeen Grand Slam titles Djokovic has announced the Adria tour exposition tournament.
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This has given rise to an undesirable cynosure of eyes to the fairly quiet Balkan province after announcements screened in that many tennis players, including Djokovic and his spouse, Jelena, had tested positive for the COVID-19 test.
Apart from Djokovic and Dmitrov, many other players who were infected since the virus include Viktor Troicki and Borna Coric in the trace of the tournament’s final being called off in Zadar hours before outset.
The News was on burning coal about Haider Ali, Haris Rauf and Shadab Khan tested positive for the virus on Monday, by the time the PCB made it public that seven more cricketers –Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain, Fakhar Zaman, Imran Khan, Mohammad Rizwan, Wahab Riaz and one member of the supporting staff had also tested positive for the virus test on Tuesday, thus conspiracy and castigations infested the cricket sorority for a long time again.
Djokovic’s delinquent spree and his father’s exacerbating statements on different events are likely to make him lonelier on the course at this time. It has bestowed the fancies of other troublemaking players an opportunity to wipe up ahead of no. 1 tennis player.
The Australian tennis player who constantly makes the titles for the wrong reports, Nicholas Kyrgios, was among the few who lunged at the opportunity not only to accentuate the dangers and concerns of playing in the current pandemic scenario but also to bring out more flak Djokovic’s kind.
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