Matteo Berrettini Withdraws From Wimbledon With Coronavirus

The exit of Matteo Berrettini, who last year became the first Italian to reach the men’s final, came one day after Croatia’s Marin Cilic withdrew after testing positive.

WIMBLEDON, England — Matteo Berrettini, a finalist at Wimbledon last year, withdrew from this year’s tournament on Tuesday after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Berrettini’s announcement of his withdrawal came only about two hours before he was to take to the court for his first-round match against Cristian Garin.

Berrettini, who is undefeated on grass courts this season and seeded No. 8 at Wimbledon, was one of the leading contenders for the men’s singles title. His withdrawal came one day after another player, Marin

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