Kei Nishikori announced what retires for the remainder of the season because the injury he suffered in the right shoulder during the recent Roland Garros it still causes you discomfort and you want to recover 100%.
“I have decided to finish my year,” Nishikori wrote in a message shared on his official Japanese app, in which he explained, “My shoulder still bothers me a bit, so I’ve decided to skip Paris and Sofia and focus on 2021. This coming year is important. Thanks for all the support and see you soon. “
The 30-year-old Japanese suffered the discomfort in their defeat in five sets in the second round of the French Open against the Italian Stefano Travaglia.
Number 37 in the ATP world rankings, who underwent a operation on the right elbow in October 2019, had returned to the courts in September at the Kitzbühel Tournament after testing positive for COVID-19 in August, which left him out of the Cincinnati Masters 1000 and the US Open.
His scarce record in the return to activity has two wins and four losses.