Nick Kyrgios: “It’s a really slim possibility I’ll play in Europe. Practically slim to none, to be sincere”
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Nick Kyrgios admitted he is extremely unlikely to dip into the French Open due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kyrgios is no fan of clay or the French Open, which has been delayed from its normal May-June dates to a September start due to the pandemic.
The August 13- September 13 US Open, which will be played without viewers, has actually been struck with a number of prominent withdrawals consisting of Australian women’s world number one Ash Barty and men’s world No 2 Rafael Nadal.
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Canberra-based Kyrgios stated it was an easy decision to pull out of the Grand Slam in New York.