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Novak Djokovic, a tennis player, is infected with COVID-19.

On June 23, Novak and his wife were tested positive after playing a tournament at the Balkan Region.

On June 23, Novak and his wife were tested positive after playing a tournament at the Balkan Region. On May 22, Novak Djokovic, along with a few other tennis player's had brought in a tennis tournament, the Adria Tour, a charity tournament that aimed to raise funds for humanitarian projects across the region.

On June 23, Novak Djokovic, a tennis player, had been tested positive for a virus COVID-19. He had tested positive after he played an exhibition tournament in the Balkan region.

He had released a statement informing that his wife Jelena and, he was tested positive. His kids had tested negative. They went for testing at the moment they arrived in Belgrade. He added he was not showing any symptoms. He stated all the work they did in the past month was with a pure heart and sincere intentions. Their tournament had meant to unite and share a message of solidarity and compassion throughout the region. He even showed concern to all the individuals who were facing the virus.

They were many criticisms raised after the news broke out. Questions were raised on the tournament being conducted. There were reports that observed that the matches didn't follow COVID-19 norms. Before Novak being positive, two other tennis players, Boran Coric and Grigor Dimitrov, from this tournament had been tested positive.

The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to a lot of potentially dangerous misinformation. For reliable advice on COVID-19 including symptoms, prevention and available treatment, please refer to the World Health Organisation or your national healthcare authority.

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