Croatian tennis star Borna Coric reveals he is still showing no symptoms of the coronavirus after testing positive and he trains regularly at home while in self quarantine. On Sunday evening, 2017 Nitto ATP Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov announced that he tested positive for the coronavirus after returning to Monaco.
A day earlier, Dimitrov played at the Adria Tour event in Zadar, where he was easily beaten by Coric in his opener at the tournament. The Bulgarian tennis star withdew from his last two matches in Zadar and flew to Monaco on Sunday, where he was tested upon landing.
After Dimitrov made the announcement, all the players who played at the Adria Tour -- all except Novak Djokovic -- were tested the same night in Zadar. The following morning, Coric announced he tested positive for the coronavirus.
Four days have passed and world No. 33 Coric is doing extremely well. "A few days have passed since I tested positive for COVID-19. I’m extremely grateful that I still feel well and don’t have any symptoms. Thank you very much for all the messages of love and support I have received whilst isolating.
I will do my best to stay in shape thanks to Technogym. "I would like to continue to send my love and support to all those impacted."
A few days have passed since I tested positive for Covid-19. I’m extremely grateful that I still feel well and don’t have any symptoms 🙏🏼TY very much for all the messages of love and support I have received whilst isolating.
I would like to continue to send my love and support to all those impacted ❤️ — borna coric (@borna_coric) June 25, 2020
Borna Coric was one of three players that tested positive
A total of four players who participated at the Adria Tour tested positive for the coronavirus.
On Monday, it was also confirmed that former world No. 12 Viktor Troicki -- who played at the Adria Tour event in Belgrade -- tested positive for the coronavirus. Djokovic -- the founder of the Adria Tour -- was tested upon arriving to Belgrade on Monday and the day later he announced what was widely expected -- he tested positive for the coronavirus.
Djokovic's wife also tested positive but fortunately their kids tested negative. On Monday, Coric said in an Instagram post: "Hi everyone, I wanted to inform you all that I tested positive for Covid-19. I want to make sure anyone who has been in contact with me during the last few days gets tested!
I am really sorry for any harm I might have caused! I'm feeling well and don't have any symptoms. Please stay safe and healthy! Lots of love to all!" Borna Coric won two and lost one match in Zadar.