Muguruza already flies to New York to play the US Open

The Spanish tennis player has headed to the New York city after giving up to play the Lexington and Cincinnati matches due to ankle discomfort.


Garbiñe Muguruza flies at this time on his way to New York to arrive on time, pass the pertinent procedures and be able to play the US Open.

Garbiñe, who is accompanied by her coach Conchita Martínez and her physiotherapist Cathrin Junker, plans to land late in New York, arrive at the hotel and undergo the first COVID test with her team. In less than 24 hours he should have the results and the plan is to be able to train on Thursday at the Flushing Meadows facilities.

The Spanish tennis player had to give up playing Lexington and Cincinnati due to ankle discomfort, but she wanted to give herself a chance and fly to the United States to participate in the US Open.

Garbiñe has the support of adidas, Caser Seguros, Rolex, Babolat, Maui Jim, and beats by Dre, as well as being an ambassador for the non-profit organization Rooms To Read.

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