Murray abandons Delray and focuses on Australia

Murray abandons Delray and focuses on Australia
Invited to the ATP 250 competition on Delray Beach, a tournament that opens the circuit season next week in the United States, Briton Andy Murray decides to back out of the event. Despite the recent history of injuries, the cause did not return. The former world number one wants to reduce the risk of contamination by Kovid-19 on the eve of the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the year, which starts on 8 February.

Murray said, “After much interaction with my team, I decided not to travel to play on Delray Beach. With the increase in Kovid-19 cases and the inclusion of transatlantic flights, I want to reduce the risks.” ” An official statement was released to the press on Thursday. Now 33, he is ranked 122 in the ATP rankings and was also invited to the Grand Slam in Melbourne.

Murray will continue training for the next few days at the National Tennis Center in Rohampton, England, before preparing for Melbourne on 16 January. Already on Australian soil, he will complete a 14-day quarantine for all who arrive in the country before entering the final stretch of preparation for the first Grand Slam of the season.

The ATP 250 in Delray Beach, played on fast courts, is a slightly different program than usual. The qualifying will take place next week on Tuesday and Wednesday on January 5 and January 6. The main event will start on the 7th. The final will be on the 13th, fourth.

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