Sport Coronavirus: Zverev suspects he contracted COVID-19 prior to Australian Open

07:51  06 april  2020
07:51  06 april  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Australian Open semi-finalist and German star Alexander Zverev suspects he contracted coronavirus in December.

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Zverev produced his best grand slam performance at the Australian Open, where he reached the semi-finals in January, and the 22-year-old believes he may have been infected prior to the year's opening major in Melbourne.

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"My friend Brenda and I were in China on December 28," the world number seven told Bild.

"You can't imagine how I coughed for a month in Australia.

"I had a fever for two or three days and I coughed for five or six hours. Brenda too.

"We didn't know what it was. It was a cough that I never had. I had no pain, but I coughed continuously every 10 seconds.

"I had no pain, but I coughed continuously every ten seconds."

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