- Dan Evans slams Novak Djokovic for Adria Tour after positive Covid-19 tests
- Nick Kyrgios criticises ‘boneheaded decision’ to go ahead with Adria Tour
The Adria Tour final, which was set to be Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic in Zadar, was cancelled after Grigor Dimitrov tested positive after his match against Borna Coric. Coric then tested positive on Monday.
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Alexander Zverev, Marin Cilic and Rublev have tested negative for Covid-19.
Dimitrov's coach, Chris Gro, and Djokovic’s fitness coach, Marko Paniki, also tested positive for coronavirus.
Now Troicki is reportedly the latest person to have tested positive while another participant, Damir Džumhur, has tested negative.
Men's world number one Djokovic organised the Adria Tour as a charity event designated to be contested over four legs across the former Yugoslavia.
Djokovic had returned to Belgrade on Sunday evening without having a test or making a formal statement. The world number one's results are reportedly set to be made public tomorrow.
Nick Kyrgios has lambasted the “boneheaded decision” to go ahead with the Adria Tour. British number one Dan Evans has also criticised Djokovic.
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