Argentine Federico Delbonis, who will resume action in the New York “bubble”, stressed that in the current ATP circuit “uncertainty dominates.”
“Today uncertainty dominates. There are many questions and the ATP does not have the answers. I took the position of living from day to day, rather than projecting what is going to happen ”, said the player from Azul, 78th ATP. “I had planned to play Cincinnati and the US Open because I saw it as safer, by playing everything within the same bubble. Nowadays they are the rules of the game ”, highlighted Delbonis in the radio program ‘Milenium Sports’, and according to Télam.
“This situation is somewhat strange. We are strange creatures, we are always from here to there, and since last March I have been at home with my family, “said the tennis player who is a member of the Argentine Davis Cup champion team in 2016. For the Buenos Aires tennis player, the activity should be adapted” to what what happened with football or the NBA ”in the United States, not ruling out –even- that players must ‘withdraw’ into a kind of bubble to compete.
Despite the global health crisis due to COVID-19, Delbonis said that the players “are well cared for, because the ATP made its plan and we are safe.” Finally, the Azulean stressed that tennis activity is the “riskiest sport” for catching the pandemic virus, because “we players live from airport to airport”, he concluded.