translated from Spanish: Cristian Garin: «I find it super complicated for tennis to return»

Added to this are the questions in the making of the US Open, Grand Slam scheduled since August 31 in New York. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have already been lowered in the men’s draw, as well as Ashley Barty, Elina Svitolina and Kiki Bertens on the women’s side.» I find it super complicated for tennis to come back, they’re doing everything they can. According to my part, it hasn’t been confirmed 100 percent. The truth is that it’s been super difficult weeks, because I’m training well, preparing myself as if I’m going to play, but from one day to the next it can change,» said the ‘Tank’ in dialogue with The Third.» I feel like in tennis, the way it’s been done or it’s going to be done, I don’t know if it’s been the best. I am waiting, I have prepared very well, I look forward to playing, but obviously one is attentive to the safety and health measures that they will take,» he added. In the same vein, ‘Gago’ noted that «tennis moves a lot of people, it’s going to concentrate a lot of people. I don’t know if they can get us all locked up. It’s going to be hard, I think, but I’m waiting for whether to play or not. I feel like competing, I miss it very much and hopefully they can work it out.» The ATP announced in July the review of the system it will use to calculate the men’s tennis world rankings from the resumption of the season. According to Garin, this system «wasn’t the right one for everyone, I feel like it does hurt me, but with everything that’s happened, I think they’re going to rethink it. This week I got it out of my head, because if I can’t compete, I don’t think the same format will be maintained.» Today they are focused on the US Open and that’s what I think will depend on whether or not to play the rest of the year,» he said. Remember that the 24-year-old racket was living at the best time of his career when the covid-19 activity was halted. He had won the ATP 250 titles in Cordoba and the ATP 500 in Rio de Janeiro, both on clay, in February.

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