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Australian tennis ace Nick Kyrgios has cited concerns about the continued safety issues surrounding COVID-19 as he revealed that he is unlikely to play at the French Open this year.
Nick Kyrgios has withdrawn from the U.S. Open because of concerns over the coronavirus and in honor of the “hundreds and thousands of Americans" who have died
Kyrgios, who on Sunday announced his withdrawal from the U.S. Open, told Australian television he planned to wait until it was safer to return to the tour.
Today host Karl Stefanovic has thrown Australian tennis superstar Nick Kyrgios under the bus live on air during a lighthearted exchange on Thursday morning.
Aussie tennis ace Nick Kyrgios is likely to skip the French Open and could even remain in Australia for the rest of the year.
Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios recently announced their withdrawal from the upcoming US Open owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. Both the players posted on social media that they wouldn't be participating in the first Major since the coronavirus-enforced suspension of the tour,
Nick Kyrgios says he’s “slim to no chance” of playing overseas again this year, skipping the French Open as well as the US because of coronavirus concerns.
"I'm sitting out for the people, for my Aussies, for the hundreds of thousands of Americans who have lost their lives, for all of you," Nick Kyrgios said
We can rebuild our sport and the economy,” Kyrgios says in the video, “but we can never recover lives lost.” Kyrgios goes on in the video to speak out harshly against other tennis players who have seemed to flout quarantine,
Australia's Nick Kyrgios said on Thursday he is unlikely to play at the French Open due to concerns about COVID-19. Kyrgios, who on Sunday announced h