The players Czech beach volleyball players Marketa Slukova-Nausch and Barbora Hermannova agree to be banned from Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Games as European team grapple with growing target Covid-19 issue . Slukova-Nausch's positive result was announced on Thursday, as she became the fifth member of the Czech team Olympic for testing positive for Covid-19 in Tokyo. We cried, then weswore, then we cried again said Slukova-Nausch, whose positive test also excludes his gaming partner Hermannova from the Games. I just hope no other athlete follows us, because I think something like that is a nightmare for any athlete, for any Olympian, who goes this far , so close to the Olympic competition on, added Slukova-Nausch. The Czech Olympic Committee (COC) announced on Thursday that it has opened a investigating the alleged violation of Covid-19 rules on a charter flight from Prague to Tokyo at the end of last week. Read moreSimon Nausch, who is Slukova-Nausch 's trainer and husband , also tested positive on Tuesday. I know a lot of much worse things are happening in the world right now, but honestly, in our own sporting micro-world, the world that we havelived and live now, it is extremely sad for Bara [Barbora Hermannova] and me that our trip to Tokyo, the trip that was to be a peak, had to end in this way, Slukova-Nausc said in a statement provided. to CNN by its representative. Slukova- Nausch prepares to serve against Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes of Canada. Tokyo was due to be the third Games for Slukova-Nausch and second for Hermannova. Both men were due to open the women's Olympic beach volleyball tournament against Japan on Saturday July 24. 'It hurts terribly ' Following a report from the Czech online news site Seznam Zpravy, the COC confirmed that the first member of the Czech delegation to Tokyo to have tested positive for the virus was aof the team's medics, Vlastimil Voracek.Voracek tested positive after the team arrived in Tokyo. His previous test, carried out the day before leaving for Tokyo, was negative. The result of the COC's investigation into the alleged violation of Covid-19 rules on a charter flight from Prague to Tokyo will be released within 14 days. Slukova-Nausch said she discovered she had traveled on a flight with someone who tested positive for Covid-19 right after arriving in Tokyo. Visit CNN.com/sport for more news, features and videos Hermannova passes the ball to Slukova-Nausch. J have been tested about eight times in the past 24 hours, some results were in.Yes, some were ambiguous, some were negative, but unfortunately the final verdict is that I tested positive and that means we will not be able to play in the tournament, added the 33-year-old. That hurts terribly and I haven't dealt with this whole situation yet and I don't know how to handle it all. The 33-year-old is the fifth member of the Czech Olympic team to have tested positive alongside by Pavel Širuček and male beach volleyball player Ondřej Peruš ič. 'Absolutely incomprehensible ' Filip Neusser, President of the Czech National Sports Agency, the government funding body sport, criticized the COC and said the investigation should not be carried out by the committee itself. I have already agreed with [Czech Minister of Health] Adam Vojtech, the investigation should be conducted by experts from the center for disease control, Neusser said in a Tweet. David Travniček, sayctor of Sport Invest Marketing, the agency which represents Nausch Slukova and other athletes, said the situation was extremely disappointing and put the blame on the Czech Olympic Committee. I am extremely disappointed with the situation of the whole team, including the five years of effort and hard work 'have now come to nothing. The way the infection happened is absolutely incomprehensible to me, added Travniček.