Australia is in danger for Argentine tennis players due to a Covid case

Athletes generally wait until the end of the year to dedicate days to their personal needs. from a procedure to a party. In this case, marriage, no less, was the one that Andrea Collarini, the 262nd tennis player in the ranking, waited all season for, who was born in the United States but lived most of his life in Buenos Aires. Lefty with two-handed backhand, paired with Delfina Novillo Corbalán, They decided to wait until December to get married, a ceremony that they carried out on Saturday in Córdoba, where is the degree in audiovisual communication.

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The party was held in an open-air venue and attended, in addition to their family and friends, a good part of the national tennis community that swarms in the challenger circuit, where those who will turn 30 on January 31 usually play.

Collarini, the groom.

Collarini, the groom.

The journey of happiness was followed by moments of concern when the couple began to feel symptoms compatible with the coronavirus (Collarini had a fever), from which, finally, they and other participants of the party ended up getting infected.

Facundo Bagnis is scored in Australia.

Facundo Bagnis is scored in Australia.

The issue that settled immediately is the availability of tennis players to begin their season in Oceania. In fact, the seven players plus a coach had to isolate themselves immediately and lend themselves to studies to determine if they had also been infected.

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Federico Coria (63 °), Tomás Etcheverry (130 °) and his coach Carlos Berlocq, Juan Ignacio Londero (135 °), Facundo Bagnis (76 °), Renzo Olivo (189 °), Andrés Molteni (46 ° in doubles) and Guido Andreozzi (271 °) they were part of the group of guests. Unless they test negative, all would miss the start of the activity and could even be left out of the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the year, which will be played from January 17 to 30 in Melbourne.

Andrés Molteni goes for the doubles in the ATP Cup.

Andrés Molteni goes for the doubles in the ATP Cup.

The complication is enhanced because, as a significant number of players have to go to the same destination, the idea is to do so on a charter flight, which has to depart from Chile next Tuesday to go directly to Australia. Although the trip is not canceled, it is kept on hold pending the results of the PCR tests.

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Beyond the Grand Slam and some previous tournaments, Australia will take place the ATP Cup between 1 and 9 next, with national representation in Coria and Molteni. Those presences are also in doubt, naturally.

Davis Cup at the Lawn Tennis Clubs

The Argentine Tennis Association confirmed that the presentation of the National Team in the 2022 Qualifiers part of the Davis Cup against the Czech Republic, On March 4 and 5, it will be at the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club, a historic stage that had been left out due to its limited capacity for the public and the impossibility of transforming it into a stage with a hard court floor.

Coria, captain of the Davis, and Calleri, president of the AAT.

Coria, captain of the Davis, and Calleri, president of the AAT.

In this way, Guillermo Coria, the new captain replacing Gastón Gaudio, will have his official debut where he made his debut as a cupbearer 16 years ago, and coincidentally against the same rival.

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The Czechs, who won three of four games against Argentina, have only one Top 100: Jiri Vesely, 83rd. He could be joined by Jiri Lehecka (140 °), Zdenek Kolar (142) and Thomas Machak (143 °).

In the Argentine team, the best of the moment are Diego Schwartzman (13th) and Horacio Zeballos (6th in the doubles ranking).

The selected team comes from beating Belarus 4-1 to advance to the Qualifiers, the previous step to the 16-team Finals.

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