WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 29: A general view outside Centre Court at The All England Tennis and Croquet Club on June 29, 2020 in Wimbledon, England. The Wimbledon Tennis Championships were due to start today, but were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)
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On the eve of The Champions, Johanna Konta was withdrawn from the tournament in line with COVID protocols:
A statement from the AELTC:
“A member of Johanna Konta’s team presented with COVID-19 symptoms this morning, and immediately isolated and undertook a PCR test in accordance with The Championships’ testing protocols. A positive result was returned which resulted in the AELTC, together with Public Health England, identifying Johanna Konta to be a close contact. In line with government legislation, she is required to self-isolate for 10 days and therefore is withdrawn from The Championships. Both Johanna and her team member had tested negative on all their previous tests undertaken within The Championships’ protocols. Both individuals were advised of the positive test and close contact classification and are now self-isolating for the next 10 days.”
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