Beijing September 24th After De Zuh’s coach Popovich and Spanish player Zapata, another player who tested positive in the French Open for the new crown turned negative.
After returning to Poland, Kava received another test and the result was negative. She has been forced to withdraw from the women's singles qualifying round.
After De Zuh was forced to withdraw from the French Open men's singles qualifying game, his coach Popovich received a new crown test in Serbia and was negative. De Zuh and his coach will sue the French Open. Before Popovich tested positive for the new crown in Paris, De Zuh was forced to retire.
Zapata, who was forced to withdraw from the French Open qualifier due to the positive new crown, said on social media that he had also turned negative. "In the new crown test in Valencia on September 21, my coach and I were both negative. This is exactly the same as the new crown test before we went to Paris (both were negative), which is also the same as when we arrived in Paris on September 17. The first COVID-19 test after the hotel was the same (all were negative)."