Muguruza, out for Cincinnati, hopes to reach US Open

Garbiñe Muguruza will not participate in the Western & Southern Open to be played in New York from August 22 to 30 due to a sore left ankle.


Garbiñe Muguruza will not be able to participate in the Western & Southern Open that this year will be held in New York, instead of Cincinnati, from August 22 to 30. Some discomfort in the left ankle has forced the resignation of the Spanish, who hopes to be recovered to face, also in the Big Apple, the US Open (August 31 to September 13) .

"Following the recommendation of my medical team, I have decided to withdraw from the Cincinnati tournament due to a discomfort in my left ankle. I hope to continue to evolve well and be able to arrive in conditions to compete in the US Open. I am looking forward to returning to competition and doing so in New York. I know that both the WTA and the USTA are making a great effort to make it possible for us to play again and I will work hard to be there a lot, "says Garbiñe in a statement.

Muguruza thus delayed his trip to the United States, where he had planned to compete and continues with the intention of doing so at least in the best New York, before returning to Europe to play in the tournaments of Rome and Roland Garros in September.

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