Former French Open doubles champion Patrick McEnroe has provided an update to his fans on social media about the status of the health after revealing last week that he had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. McEnroe said he had a mild case of the virus.
McEnroe posted a video to his Twitter account in which he says he is feeling much better but has been advised to undergo a second test for the virus. "I think and pray for everyone who fights at the forefront: about doctors, transport companies and everyone who helps those who are sick.
Thanks to them for everything. As for me, I feel much better. The doctor advised me to take a second test for the virus. My wife Melissa and I would love to make it if it were so simple. We are on the New York State waiting list.
We can pass the analysis only after a while. In the meantime, we remain in quarantine and follow all safety precautions." The 53 year old McEnroe is also a former captain of the United States Davis Cup team. He won one singles title and 16 doubles titles during his career..
His career-high rankings were world No. 28 in singles and world No. 3 in doubles. He is also the brother of John McEnroe. McEnroe currently works as a broadcaster for ESPN and previously worked for CBS from 1996-2008.
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