On Monday night, a large number of shootings occurred in the center of Vienna and in different parts of the city. Nicolas Massú, who was in the ATP 500 that was played in this place because he was Dominic Thiem’s coach, lived what happened from the inside.
In their social networks, the Chilean published that he was very close to the noise and that the police ordered them to stay inside a food court waiting for everything to settle down.
Hello people, I am in the Center of Vienna very close to the attack and they have us inside a Restaurant waiting until we see when we can leave here … thanks for your messages 🙏
– Nicolas Massu (@massunico) November 2, 2020
Then, the 2004 Athens Olympic medalist was able to return to the hotel after being locked up for eight hours.
Hello everyone … I’m already at the Hotel Quiet and Well after a very big scare, we were locked up in the Restaurant for 8 hours as a precaution. Thank you again for your messages of concern. 👍🏻🙏
– Nicolas Massu (@massunico) November 3, 2020