Badosa avoids isolation and trains at the end of the morning

Paula Badosa and her coach, Javier Martí, who tested positive for COVID in quarantine and were transferred to a medicalized hotel, practiced after 00:00.

The player who has had the worst time since the circuit landed in Melbourne, Paula Badosa, is one of the few who has been able to free herself from the isolation that most of her teammates had to submit after it became known that an employee who worked at the Grand Hyatt hotel had tested positive for COVID on Wednesday. The Spanish born in New York was the only tennis player who was infected during the quarantine and for that reason she was transferred on January 21 to a medicalized accommodation, where her coach Javier Martí also finally arrived, who also contracted the disease.

Both were finally able to carry out a training session at dawn this Thursday at the Melbourne facilities, where there will be no day while tests are carried out on all the people who could be in contact with the worker who tested positive. "What a sensation, the first blow after 21 days of confinement. Freedom," Badosa wrote on his social networks along with some photographs of his first preparation session for the Australian Open.

Paula was unable to participate in the third WTA 500 tournament that began on Wednesday and was organized for the players who had been on one of the flights with positive cases that arrived in the state of Victoria from Doha, Abu Dhabi and Los Angeles. Now he focuses his efforts on being his best for an Aussie Grand Slam whose celebration is in the air.

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