Uruguayan tennis player Pablo Cuevas is ready to return but it is still unclear where he will do so. Now, amid the confusion, he awaits news from the US Open to reorganize his schedule.
Pablo Cuevas spoke with ESPN Uruguay about his situation, which is confusing and perfectly shows the problems caused by the attempt to resume tennis carried out by the tournament organizers.
At the time of communication, the Uruguayan only knew the news of the cancellation of the Madrid Masters 1000, which was due to be played at the Caja Mágica from September 12 to 20, and which affects previous and subsequent tournaments on the calendar.
“I’m half dizzy, I’m not sure what I’m going to do. They have already canceled Madrid, I guess it will be difficult for Rome to be done, ”said Cuevas.
The novelties increase the bewilderment of the world of tennis, which shows signs of disorganization, improvisation and conflicts between organizers of different tournaments, who mark dates on a whimsical basis in order to ensure the dispute of their competitions.
In turn, Cuevas commented that the US Open is awaiting the decision of Europe, which must rule on the possible entry without quarantine of the players who come from the United States.
“With these suspensions I no longer know how much sense those permits would make or if they will continue to want to do so,” said the 34-year-old tennis player, current number 60 in the ATP ranking.
“I am not very clear, I have to wait for the confirmation of the US Open and see what they announce about the protocol” referring to the coronavirus, he concluded.