Nick Kyrgios - Kyrgios will also probably forfeit Roland Garros because of the Covid-19

After having withdrawn from the US Open, Nick Kyrgios already has one foot out of Roland Garros. The Australian player, in the shoes of the good student since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, intends not to take any risk in relation to the health context.

"If I had to play, I would probably prefer to go to Europe around this time of year, with all the stuff going on," the 40th-ranked player first told Australia's Channel Nine. But “there is very little chance that I will play in Europe,” he said. "To be honest, they are almost zero."

“I'm going to use this time to stay home, train, be with my family, with my friends, and just act responsibly and wait for better circumstances to play,” he added. Kyrgios also expressed doubts about the holding of the first 2021 Grand Slam tournament, at his home in Australia: "It's a sad period for Melbourne, I'm not sure that the Australian Open can take place", next January, as planned.


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