Iga Swiatek, the winner of the women's doubles tournament in the French Open, will not be able to enter the field in the coming days.

He was quarantined shortly after visiting Polish President Andrzej Duda and receiving the Golden Cross award.

Duda received a positive coronavirus test result only hours after visiting the tennis star.

- I or other members of the group have no symptoms of coronavirus.

We are tested regularly, and we go to quarantine, 19-year-old Swiatek wrote on Twitter.

Earlier this month, Swiatek surprised more experienced competitors and advanced to the French Open as a non-winning player. He became the first Pole to have won the French Open.