Kei Nishikori withdraws from Grand Slam tournament
Kei Nishikori withdraws from Grand Slam tournament

US Open 2014 Deputy Winner Kei Nishikori has said that he tested negative for coronavirus after being tested positive in two tests of corona infection. But still, the player has decided to withdraw from the Grand Slam tournament starting next week.

On Wednesday, Kei Nishikori wrote on his mobile app that he is ready to slowly return to practice, but he is not ready to take part in the 5 sets match. According to Nishikori, "After such a long break, I feel that returning to the best match of' Best of Five 'will not be a clever decision until I am fully prepared for it." He said, "It is very disappointing because I know the US Open Raas and I have many memories here. I will start at claycourt. thank you."

On Wednesday, another player Polona Hercog decided to withdraw from the US Open, which led to the 2009 semi-finals Yanina Wickmayer reached the main draw. Nishikori said last Friday that he tested Corona positive for the second time.

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