Nishikori withdraws from the US Open although he is already negative in Covid

The Japanese Kei Nishikori announced that he will not be at the US Open, despite having already tested negative for coronavirus, since he is not in a position to compete.

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The Japanese tennis player Kei Nishikori announced this Wednesday that he will not be at the US Open that begins next week, although he gave the good news of having already tested negative for coronavirus, since he is not in a position to compete. "I am happy to announce that I have tested negative for covid. I will gradually go back to my training routine from tomorrow," he said in the first place in a statement.

"That said, we have decided not to be at the US Open this year. After a long hiatus I think that coming back in a best of five sets tournament is not the smart thing to do until I'm fully recovered. It's a shame as I love the US Open and I have great memories. I will start on the ground. Thank you, "he added. The Japanese revealed on August 17 his positive for coronavirus and his resignation from the Cincinnati tournament, also a prelude to the US Open in New York. Despite having already passed the virus, Nishikori had to logically give up the 'great' American since he has been unemployed and unable to train for the last weeks.



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