Grigor Dimitrov is one of many who remains on the US Open entry list but does not confirm his presence. The first tennis player to contract the virus leaves his doubts about the already emblematic trip to New York.
“Right now, being very honest, I’m not sure,” he said. “I thought about it and I still think about it every day. I feel like there are so many questions I have to ask and there are so few answers,” he told Skysports.
“I’ve had the virus, so I know what it is. For Europeans, it’s difficult because you have to travel 12 hours to get to New York and take a couple of planes, then get to a hotel, and the bubble is a bubble , but I mean that statistically we are like more than a thousand people in the same place and it is not easy, “said the person who caught the Adria Tour.
“We are going to wait and see what some of the announcements will be and we will probably make a decision from that.” “It is such a delicate moment that I can’t say ‘yes, I’m leaving’ or ‘no, I’m not going.'” Today 19th in the world (3rd in 2017) and owner of eight ATP titles closed: “I hope no one will get it, but if someone grabs it, things will look a little more complicated. Even if we have government agreements with quarantine, we never know what will happen overnight, so that puts a lot of limitations. “