Miu Hirano, who advanced to the semi-finals of the All Japan Table Tennis Championships, Women's Doubles, abstained from the tournament because the antigen test for the new coronavirus was confirmed to be positive.

According to the Japan Table Tennis Association, which hosts the tournament, Hirano had a fever of over 37.5 degrees from the night of the 28th, and the fever did not go down even in the morning of the 29th. Is confirmed.

As a result, Hirano reported that he would abstain from the tournament and was unable to participate in the women's doubles semi-final scheduled for the afternoon of the 29th.

It means that you will have a PCR test at a medical institution.

Hirano advanced to the top four in the women's doubles with Kasumi Ishikawa, who formed a pair with the Tokyo Olympics group that won the silver medal.