Novak Djokovic and Wife Jelena Test Negative for Coronavirus

Nenad Zimonjić Dušan Lajović Novak Djokovic Dominic Thiem Grigor Dimitrov posing for

Djokovic, who had faced a significant backlash for hosting the series of events in Serbia and Croatia, has been confirmed to have recovered.

Tennis world No 1 Novak Djokovic, who last week tested positive for coronavirus, donated more than 40,000 euros ($45,000) to a Serbian town badly affected by the pandemic, local media reported on Wednesday.

"Novak and Jelena had no symptoms of the virus, and underwent the test by prior arrangement with the doctors".

Swiss soccer club St. Gallen says a player tested positive for coronavirus after visiting family in Serbia.

"I am extremely sorry for each individual case of infection".

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The unemployment rate remains very high at 11.1%, but last month's improvement was much better than economists expected. But they say it's clear that the job market is improving after collapsing in the spring amid wide-scale shutdowns.

As the Tour's principle organiser, Djokovic has taken a huge amount of criticism for the outbreak due to the total lack of social distancing precautions which led to 4000 fans packing into the stadium on Belgrade.

Recall that the participants in the exhibition tournament, which was organized by the Serb Djokovic, after the first leg in Belgrade had a party with undressing in a nightclub.

The series of events was set up by the 17-time Grand Slam victor Djokovic to fill the void of tennis tournaments caused by the coronavirus pandemic and help players get back to match fitness after an extended break.

Novi Pazar, a southwestern Bosniak city, became a coronavirus hotbed in Serbia after the government eased strict pandemic measures that had been in force in the country since mid-March, including a curfew.

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