Us Open Tennis 2020 Federer US Open: Federer nicht dabei - Nadal sehr fraglich
Die geplante Austragung der US Open spaltet die Tennisprofis, Nick Tennisstar Roger Federer beendet Saison wegen Knieproblemen. Nicht auf der Antrittsliste: Wawrinka und Nadal kaum am US Open. SDA. - triumphierte Stan Wawrinka am US Open, in diesem Jahr dürfte er die Reise nach New York kaum antreten Der amerikanische Tennisverband (USTA) braucht die Einnahmen aus den TV-Einnahmen dringend, und viele. Ein Absage der US Open würde Chris Evert nicht nur als Tennisfan unmittelbar nach den US Open drei große Asche-Highlights an: Spielt Tennis-Superstar Rafael Nadal die US Open oder verzichtet er in diesem Jahr? Mit seiner Zusage für die zuletzt bearbeitet: , Uhr. Spielt Tennis-Superstar Rafael Nadal die US Open oder verzichtet er in diesem Jahr? Tennisverband sagt Interklub-Saison ab.
Ein Absage der US Open würde Chris Evert nicht nur als Tennisfan unmittelbar nach den US Open drei große Asche-Highlights an: Spielt Tennis-Superstar Rafael Nadal die US Open oder verzichtet er in diesem Jahr? Mit seiner Zusage für die zuletzt bearbeitet: , Uhr. VonAlice Jo Tietje. 29/07/ Am | Update 29/07/ Am US Open: Federer nicht dabei - Nadal sehr fraglich. Viele der Top-Stars sind noch.
Given the proximity to the French Open, the World No. We need to be responsible and send a clear message to society. Lastly, Swiss maestro Roger Federer will miss the remainder of the season after announcing he will need to undergo a second round of surgery on his right knee.
US Open officials were not as forward-thinking, and would be desperate for the Grand Slam tournament to go ahead in despite the growing number of coronavirus cases in the United States.
A record 58, new cases were announced in the United States on Thursday, and the number of active cases continues to grow, currently standing at over 1,, New York has hosted the US Open since , but has proven a hotspot for the deadly virus, with , total cases and over , active cases.
The absence of Federer, Nadal and Djokovic leaves the door open for a young prodigy to claim their maiden Grand Slam title. To join the conversation, please Log in.
Don't have an account? Sign up. Join the conversation, you are commenting as Logout. Log in Sign up. Log out. The US Open is taking place as scheduled, starting on August 31, and with a whole host of precautions to reduce the risk of Covid The US Department of Homeland Security has granted athlete waivers to players and support personnel, meaning that non-US nationals can enter the country regardless of their home country and previous travel movements - but it is not yet clear whether there will be any quarantine requirement for those entering the US.
The situation is complicated by the rescheduled French Open taking place immediately after the US Open - with qualification beginning a week after the New York final, and the main draw action starting on Sunday September It is possible that those travelling from the US back to Europe would be required to self-isolate for a period of up to two weeks as well - meaning that at the current time many will have to choose between the two Slams.
Serena Williams, chasing that elusive 24th Grand Slam title, will play - fitness permitting. She has been in the media spotlight recently as she, husband Alexis Ohanian and daughter Olympia were revealed as part-owners of new soccer club Angel City FC.
Novak Djokovic , after expressing his dissatisfaction with the rules laid down by the US Open , has since backed down a little, enthusing exclusively to Eurosport : "I think that a lot of people were sceptical, especially for the US events considering what the US went through as a country during this pandemic.
So a lot of people, including myself, were quite sceptical on whether it would happen or not. We are very glad that it is happening, of course, and it is very important that we provide opportunities, we provide jobs, we provide opportunities for players to compete.
However, the fact that he has been listed as being set to play in the Cincinnati warm-up event from August 20, the sole tournament likely to take place on the ATP side of things in August - which is also being staged at Flushing Meadows this year rather than the usual Cincinnati - indicates that he will indeed participate.
Defending champion Rafael Nadal is going to be at the French Open come what may as he aims for his 13th title there - but he has also been confirmed for the Western and Southern Open in a real surprise.
He may now play the US Open too - although like any other player he may also change his schedule in the weeks to come. Former champion Andy Murray says he intends to play as long as everyone's safety can be guaranteed, writing in his BBC column : "Playing at a behind-closed-doors US Open is something I intend to do - as long as it is safe.
The men's runner-up Daniil Medvedev is also likely to play - and has been spotted in training and confirmed for the Western and Southern Open.
Of the men's top 10, all are European, but only the injured Roger Federer is not currently down to play the warm-up event.
Stefanos Tsitsipas, David Goffin, Matteo Berrettini and Dominic Thiem are all likely to head to the USA following their Ultimate Tennis Showdown showings in the south of France - although Berrettini for one has gone on the record saying although he would like to play in the USA his health is his priority and he will make a decision nearer the time.
Although Bencic recently gave an interview saying that she is very aware of the health risks in the USA, she has since withdrawn from the European tournaments she was entered in throughout August.
Defending champion Bianca Andreescu is currently not registered to play the Western and Southern Open or any other warm-up event. However, the Canadian has previously expressed cautiously positive views about playing in New York, writing on Twitter in June: "I have no doubt that the USTA has come up with the best plan to insure our safety as we look to the return of tennis in ," adding: "I plan to make the most of the opportunity to get back on the court.
She took part in the second instalment of Jamie Murray's Battle of the Brits tournament, which suggests she may now be concentrating on hard-court practice and leaving the clay season aside for this year.
Roger Federer is still recovering from injury, while another former French Open champion, Stan Wawrinka , has been seen practising on clay, suggesting he will not be travelling to the USA.
Women's world number one Ashleigh Barty has ruled herself out of the running, citing the "significant risks" posed by the Covid pandemic.
She says a decision about the French Open will be made in due course. However, with Australia's strict quarantine regulations, it could be that she chooses to skip both Grand Slams and the travel involved, directing her efforts towards the New Year and the Australian Open instead.
Melbourne tournament director and Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley certainly hinted at that in an interview when he said: "[A]ll of them I've spoken to — there's not one that hasn't — are looking to the beginning of and the beginning of the new season as the new hope for tennis globally.
I personally think that some of the top players will be in doubt [for the rest of ] and that's simply because they may feel it's too soon.
It's nothing against the US Open.