Patrick McEnroe has tested positive for coronavirus, but says symptoms have subsided and he feels “100 percent.”
The ESPN analyst took to Twitter to share news of his positive test.
McEnroe, who lives in Manhattan, reports he began feeling sick 10 or 11 days ago.
The former U.S. Davis Cup captain drove to a testing site in Westchester County, was tested and received news of his positive test.
The good news is, I feel fine,” said McEnroe, the younger brother of John McEnroe. “My symptoms have passed. I feel really 100 percent.”
— Patrick McEnroe (@PatrickMcEnroe) March 31, 2020
The 53-year-old McEnroe, credited wife Melissa Errico for taking care of him and their family during the quarantine period.
“We’ve been on full quarantine, our entire house now, for well over two weeks,” McEnroe said in a video he posted to Twitter. “I encourage everyone to do the same. Let’s get this thing. Let’s nail this thing.
“I’m an example of someone who has been able to fight through it. I’m doing absolutely fine. Thoughts and prayers to people who are struggling with this.”
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