Former American tennis star Patrick McEnroe, who was examined optimistic for the lethal coronavirus final month, has now recovered from the pandemic.
The 53-year-old was put into quarantine at his dwelling in New York after he was recognized with the novel COVID-19 on the finish of March.
Nonetheless, McEnroe not too long ago took to his official Twitter deal with to verify that he and his spouse have each been examined adverse for the coronavirus.
“Hello everybody, nice information for me and my spouse, Melissa.W e each examined adverse for COVID-19.We simply bought the exams again this morning from New York.I do know we’re speaking lots about testing on TV, we want extra of them, everyone knows that. It was nice to see this going so effectively for us and for New York state,” the previous US David Cup captain mentioned within the video.
McEnroe additional mentioned that he’s trying ahead to assist out in battle towards the coronavirus that has claimed the lives of greater than 12,000 individuals in New York.
“Normally, I’ll attempt to go for the antibody check when that is accessible to provide my blood, my plasma and many others. Shoutout to my spouse Melissa who’s only a rock all through all this. She saved herself wholesome, my children wholesome and helped me to get again to full well being. Nonetheless fascinated by everybody on the entrance traces,” McEnroe mentioned.
Replace…it’s a superb one for me and my household. !!! pic.twitter.com/JZ1Yy5XC11
— Patrick McEnroe (@PatrickMcEnroe) April 18, 2020
McEnroe, who’s a youthful brother of seven-time Grand Slam singles champion John McEnroe, clinched his solely ATP singles title in 1995 in Sydney. He gained the boys’s doubles title with compatriot Jim Grabb on the 1989 French Open.
He additionally led United States to David Cup trophy in 2007 with a 4-1 victory over Russia within the last in Portland, Oregon.