Novak Djokovic admits he won’t play US open ‘as things stand’

World No 1 Novak Djokovic admitted that “as parts stand” he’s not going to journey to New York for the US Open.

The US Open is scheduled to happen from 31 August to 13 September, nonetheless there are most necessary query marks over the event on account of the tennis season is solely set to renew on 1 August.

On extreme of that, strict selections might probably be in place on account of coronavirus pandemic as avid avid gamers normally are normally examined pretty only a few circumstances every week as shortly as they arrive in New York whereas they could even be restricted to just one help member.

Three-time US Open champion Djokovic, who made an 18-Zero begin to the 2020 season ahead of it was suspended, has now admitted that he’s unlikely to play at Flushing Meadows this yr and may instead give consideration to the clay-court season.

“Pretty only a few the avid avid gamers I’ve talked to had been fairly adversarial on whether or not or not or not or not or not or not or not they’d go there,” he instructed Serbia’s state broadcaster RTS.

“For me presently, as parts stand, most positively the season will proceed on clay initially of September.”

The French Open is about to happen from 20 September-Four October with pretty only a few clay-court tournaments anticipated to be added to the schedule contained contained within the lead-up to the red-dirt Grand Slam.

– TEAMtalk media

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