#室友，17-year-old tennis champion Coco Gough Just tested positive for COVID-19 and will no longer participate in the Tokyo Olympics. Coco Gauff has joined the list of more and more Olympic athletes who have tested positive for the virus, and the latest number is close to 50 confirmed cases.
When she was Recently expected In order to bring back multiple gold medals for the US team, tennis star Coco Gauff (Coco Gauff) broke the news that she will not participate in the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19. This will be her first time participating in the Olympics.
Coco officially broke the news on social media and shared the following information:
“I am disappointed to share the news that I have tested positive for the new crown virus and will not be able to participate in the Tokyo Olympics. It has always been my dream to represent the United States in the Olympics, and I hope I will have more opportunities to achieve this goal in the future.”
In addition, the U.S. Tennis Association responded to Coco’s news through a statement, “The entire U.S. Tennis Olympic delegation is heartbroken for Coco. We hope that she will go well in dealing with this unfortunate situation, and hope to see her soon. Return to the arena.”
As we previously reported, in the past few days, hopes of no COVID19 in the Tokyo Olympics have almost been dashed. Not only did people associated with the Olympics test positive for the virus, but star athletes also had to drop out of school after contracting the virus-now including Coco Goff.
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