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ShareJune 26, 2020 Goran Ivanisevic, tennis world number one coach Novak Djokovic, said he tested positive for coronavirus. "Unfortunately, after two negative tests in the past 10 days, I just got the third test result and it's positive," wrote the former champion on Instagram.
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Nažalost, nakon dva negativna testa u posljednjih 10 dana, upravo sam saznao rezultate današnjeg, trećeg testa i on je pozitivan na Covid-19. Osjećam se dobro i nemam nikakvih simptoma. Želim obavijestiti sve koji su bili u kontaktu sa mnom na činjenicu by sam Covid-pozitivan i zamoliti ih da poduzmu sve could be korake from zaštite sebe i svoje bližnje. Ja nastavljam s ranije započetom samoizolacijom. Želim svim zaraženima što skoriji oporavak.
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"I feel good and have no symptoms," said Ivanisevic, adding that he published the news to alert anyone he had been in contact with to take the necessary measures. "I continue the isolation that I have already started," he said.
Ivanisevic was among the organizers of Djokovic's unfortunate Adria Tour series, which had to be canceled after multiple players, including Djokovic, tested positive for coronavirus. The Belgrade and Zadar tournaments in Croatia have been widely criticized for the apparent lack of health protocols during the games and around the event, even if the tennis world remains stuck.