A Spanish tennis player ranked in the top 70 who was forced to quarantine in her hotel room after potentially being exposed to coronavirus on an Australian Open charter flight says she has tested positive for COVID-19.
- Paula Badosa says she has been taken to a health hotel to self-isolate and be monitored
- Badosa was among the 72 tennis players placed under a stricter lockdown in Melbourne
- Tennis Australia has refused to identify those players, but several have posted on social media about being in the hard quarantine
Paula Badosa, a 23-year-old who reached the fourth round at last year’s French Open, wrote on Twitter that she received her test result on the seventh day of her hard quarantine.
“I have some bad news,” Badosa said in…