3 Indian shuttlers have tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the All England Champion while a couple of are waiting for confirmation on their inconclusive samples as India’s project has actually been thrown into mayhem prior to the start of the competition, beginning Wednesday.
A member of the assistance staff has likewise tested favorable, leaving the players without much practice.
“We have three players and one member from the support personnel who have actually tested favorable. I find it totally ridiculous how this can occur, given that we have actually been separated in Zurich since the Swiss Open started 2 weeks earlier,” India’s Danish foreign coach Mathais Boe was priced quote as saying by sport.tv2.dk.”We have actually been tested 5 times in 14 days and all tests have been negative. We have just agreed each other, so how can they suddenly test favorable?”The names of the players who have checked positive might not be confirmed.India’s badminton couple Saina Nehwal and Parupalli Kashyap has also been left puzzled less than 24 hr before the start of the Super 1000 competition after the latter’s tests for COVID-19 came “inconclusive”. Saina too is waiting for her outcomes for her COVID-19 tests.”What type of testing is this? 31 hours later on still undetermined and a re-test once again god knows when … matches begin tomorrow!,” Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli composed in a tweet, tagging the world governing body (BWF). The London Olympics bronze medallist Saina complained she could not practice for the competition.”Ok I need to do this now! Matches are starting tomorrow at the All England and still no reports of the Covid test done 30hrs prior to. No practice, no gym. for 2 days now,” she tweeted.The 2015 runners-up at All England, Saina needed to go through a comparable experience in Thailand in January when she had actually returned positive in a 3rd COVID-19 test but was cleared to complete later on after additional examination.