The three time grand slam champion Andy Murray has tested positive for Covid19 and is a doubt for the Australian open which will be held in Melbourne at the start of February. Normally it would be on around now, early to the middle of January but due to a recent outbreak in Australia, the Australian government have pushed back the championship in a hope to get the virus under control down under and thus hopping to give fans the chance to attend the first Grand Slam for the year.
— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS_EN) January 14, 2021
Following reports that @Andy_murray is self-isolating at home after a positive test for Covid-19, we are all wishing him a speedy recovery.
We know how hard he has been working and & we hope he is back on court soon. pic.twitter.com/uTQuVH1D1L
— LTA (@the_LTA) January 14, 2021
— cinch Championships (@QueensTennis) January 14, 2021
— Juan tans (@Johntpc96) January 14, 2021
Andy Murray who is now 33 and turns 34 in May has won Wimbledon twice and the French open once, the Australian and French ones are the ones that keep getting away from him having got the finals of both. He was the first Brit to win Wimbledon since the great Fred Perry, the Australian’s will be hoping Andy Murray can recover, because when in form he can be as good as anyone.