Spanish tennis player Pablo Andujar reveals he came across Australian Bernard Tomic at the Monterrey Challenger but he feels fine now. At the beginning of this week, former world No. 17 Tomic revealed he had "all the symptoms" of the coronavirus and that he was isolating himself as advised.
Just over two weeks ago, Tomic finished his campaign in Monterrey after losing to fellow compatriot Aleksandar Vukic in the round-of-16. Tomic then flew from Monterrey to Miami -- where he owns a house -- and that was when he started feeling coronavirus symptoms.
"Since Tuesday, started feeling not right,” Tomic told the Herald Sun. “I already had shortness of breath and my immune system was low and run down. "I’m currently in Miami and isolated away from everyone, as advised.
“I’m yet to be tested for it (COVID-19) but I have all the symptoms. “I reckon I got it travelling from Mexico to Monterrey last week." Andujar, ranked at No. 52 in the world, made the quarterfinal in Monterrey before losing to eventual runner-up Ulises Blanch.
Former world No. 32 Andujar is now back home in Spain, where he is spending time with his family. "Yes, I was with him (Tomic). I'm fine, I have a little cough but it's more mental. No one in my family, neither my wife or kids, have the symptoms. This week, the ATP extended the Tour suspension until June 7.