Since the first positive case for SARS-CoV-2, the Covid-19 pandemic reportedly entered the WNBA tournament.
Sydney Wiese, a Los Angeles Sparks football team player, recently shared on her official Twitter profile that she tested positive for the new coronavirus. It is remembered that the first event of the American Women ‘s Professional Basketball Tournament (WNBA) was that of Covid-19.
According to Sydney Wiese, her initial signs were close to those of Rudy Gobert, a Utah jazz striker, Sydney Wiese said she had lost her ability to detect taste and scent.
Before returning to the USA, Sydney Wiese played in Liga Femenina (professional women’s basketball tournament in Spain). This is normal for women basketball players at WNBA, who also take advantage of the winter season to take part in other world tournaments before coming back to train for the new season.
On March 16, Sydney Wiese reported feeling sick and conscious that she was likely to contract Covid-19 after his schedule to travel to the United States. It isolates itself and prevents contact with family members. The latest findings have been sent back to her this Friday morning (US time). Sydney is reportedly alone at home in Phoenix City, Arizona, USA.
In the Draft Day season that year, the Los Angeles Sparks squad was picked for the first round. It’s also the squad she’s already playing at the WNBA.
While the American Women’s Professional Basketball Championship has not yet taken place, there are still some impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Most recently, according to the announcement of the tournament, the Draft Day event will take place online on April 17, rather than in a place like the previous years.
According to the calendar of the tournament, the season begins from May 15th and ends at the end of September to the beginning of October. The WNBA, close to the NBA, would have to be delayed in order to deter the outbreak of the disease.