Dutch tennis player Jean-Julien Rojer has tested positive for Covid-19, according to the International Tennis Federation (ITF).
This ends the Olympic player's campaign along with his partner Wesley Koolhof.
"Rojer and his partner Wesley Koolhof have been withdrawn from the men's doubles event, and their opponents Marcus Daniell and Michael Venus of New Zealand receive a walkover into the quarterfinals," the ITF said in a statement Monday.
"We wish Jean-Julien a speedy recovery," the statement added.
Rojer is the fourth athlete from the Netherlands' team to test positive for Covid-19 in Tokyo, according to CNN reporting.
Other Dutch athletes that tested positive include skateboarder Candy Jacobs, rower Finn Florijn and taekwondo athlete Reshmie Oogink.