(from left) Serbian tennis player Dusan Lajovic, Serbian tennis player Viktor Troicki, Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov, Serbian tennis player Filip Krajinovic, Austrian tennis player Dominic Thiem, German tennis player Alexander Zverev and Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic pose for a group photo after the final match between Austrian tennis player Dominic Thiem and Serbian tennis player Filip Krajinovic at the Adria Tour, Novak Djokovic's Balkans charity tennis tournament in Belgrade on June 14, 2020. The ATP and WTA Tours have been suspended since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will not resume at least until the end of July 2020.
(from left) Serbian tennis player Dusan Lajovic, Serbian tennis player Viktor Troicki, Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov, Serbian tennis player Filip Krajinovic, Austrian tennis player Dominic Thiem, German tennis player Alexander Zverev and Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic pose for a group photo after the final match between Austrian tennis player Dominic Thiem and Serbian tennis player Filip Krajinovic at the Adria Tour, Novak Djokovic's Balkans charity tennis tournament in Belgrade on June 14, 2020. The ATP and WTA Tours have been suspended since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will not resume at least until the end of July 2020.

Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena, who last week both tested positive for coronavirus following his exhibition tournament in the Balkans, have now tested negative, his press service said Thursday.

Neither the 33-year-old player or his partner felt any symptoms, the statement said.

The couple had been self isolating since returning to Belgrade from Zadar in Croatia, the town which hosted the second leg of Djokovic's ill-fated Adria Tour.

Four players -- Djokovic, Grigor Dimitrov, Borna Coric and Viktor Troicki -- tested positive for the virus after the event which saw little social distancing and packed stands.

The world number one's coach Goran Ivanisevic also contracted COVID-19.

Players had embraced across the net, played basketball and even danced in a nightclub during the week of the first leg played in Belgrade.

Djokovic was widely criticised for hosting the tournament.

The Serbian star issued an apology, saying he was "so deeply sorry" that the tournament "caused harm".

On Wednesday, the player donated more than 40,000 euros ($45,000) to Serbian town Novi Pazar which has been badly affected by the pandemic.

Serbia, with a population of about seven million people, has registered nearly 15,000 coronavirus infections and 281 deaths.

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