Aryna Sabalenka says she got vaccinated after contracting Covid-19


The Belarusian, talking on the eve of the season-ending WTA Finals in Guadalajara, Mexico, had beforehand expressed concern concerning the vaccines, saying she was fearful about how shortly they’d been produced and which one is likely to be the very best for her.

“I think I’m clear right now because in Miami I did the vaccine, Johnson & Johnson,” the 23-year-old advised reporters on Tuesday.

“Hopefully, I’m safe because I don’t want to stay in quarantine any more. It’s not a lot of fun.”

Sabalenka hits a forehand against Leylah Fernandez of Canada in the women's semifinals of the US Open.

Sabalenka mentioned she couldn’t transfer for 4 days after testing constructive final month.

“I stayed in the room for 10 days. I was doing some workout there, but it wasn’t enough,” she mentioned. “I didn’t have taste, I didn’t have smell. Wasn’t really an amazing time.”

Sabalenka is the highest seed on the WTA Finals after world primary Ash Barty determined to not journey to Mexico. She will face Spain’s Paula Badosa in her first match on Thursday.

The WTA Finals, contested by the world’s high eight singles gamers and eight doubles groups, was relocated to Mexico from Shenzhen resulting from Covid-19 journey restrictions in China.

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