Benoit Paire Exits from US Open 2020 after COVID – 19 Test Positive


US Open 2020 begins today with great expectations and prevention for COVID-19. Famous Tennis Player Benoit Paire tested positive for COVID-19 and he got expelled in US Open Tournament. As a part of this no viewers are allowed and the hard tournament was held at Ohio then moved to US.

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Benoit Paire Exits from US Open 2020 after COVID-19 Test Positive
Benoit Paire Exits from US Open 2020 after COVID-19 Test Positive

     Totally 7000 tests were conduct by the USTA and he was second one whose result came positive. It was also a part of “controlled environment” for the US, Western and Southern Open. On August 20, USTA inform one positive test but didn’t determine the person exactly.

        Benoit Paire was ranked 17 supposed to play with the Poland player Kamil Majchrzak on Tuesday, and the contact tracing discussing to expel whom with Paire, needs to be quarantined.

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      On August 22, Paire discontinues his Open match in the Western and Southern Open, there he against Borna Coric in the record of 6-1, 1-0, in trailing. In 2015 Paire Ranked 22 and won 3 ATP titles and reached the fourth round of US. Last year in New York, he lost in the second round.

        At the same time, Goido Pella from Argentina and Hugo Dellian from Bolivia dropped from Western and Southern Open because their fitness trainers were tested positive for COVID-19.

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