Just last week, a video was uploaded showing that in the last six months, around 400 athletes have mysteriously collapsed while on the field or court. And to make it worse, apparently, some of those athletes have even lost their lives while others have been hospitalized due to suffering from seizures and neurological issues.

While the mainstream media has blatantly refused to report the news, another collapse was recently caught on camera, and this time, it happened at the Australian Open. 

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In the video below, two professional tennis players, Pedro Martinez and Federico Delbonis, quickly forget about the match at hand when the ball girl off to the side fainted. While the tournament medical staff tended to the girl, both players never left her side until later when the girl’s parents came to get her. 

It should be noted that while the cause of her fainting is still unknown, the government announced several requirements to attend the tournament last week. Not only was the capacity sliced to 50% but before entering the gates, visitors had to prove they had received both doses of the COVID-19 drug. 

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