Tennis Star Coco Gauff Withdraws From Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Coco Gauff has withdrawn from the upcoming 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

The 17 -year-old tennis star was set to represent Team USA in the international sporting tournament in Japan, but has had to pull out after testing positive for COVID-1 9.

Click inside to read what Coco shared…

Coco was picked for Team USA while contesting in women’s singles in July, based on world ranks out of the French Open.

After other top-ranked participates turned down invites, Coco became the youngest Olympic tennis musician since 2000, when Mario Ancic shaped his entry in Sydney at senility 16.

In a statement, Coco revealed the heartbreaking news:” I am so disappointed to share the news that I have be positive for COVID and won’t be able to play in the Olympic Games in Tokyo .”

” It has always been a dream of excavation to represent the USA at the Olympics, and I hope there will be many more chances for me to make this come true in the future ,” Coco supplemented.” I want to wish TEAM USA best of luck and a safe games for every Olympian and the part Olympic family .”

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— Coco Gauff (@ CocoGauff) July 18, 2021

Many in the replies asked if Coco was vaccinated. She is likely to be, but you are still able to contract COVID-1 9 even if you are.

These celebrities are not planning on get the vaccine at all.

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