Kyrgios asks Nadal, Federer and Djokovic to rule on the US Open

The unknowns about the tennis season in 2020 continue. After the telematic meeting that the ATP held with almost 400 players, the tennis players left with many questions … and especially about the US Open, the first Grand Slam scheduled after the restart (August 31 – September 13).

The strict security measures decreed by the tournament, which include 14 days of quarantine, the limitation to access the track with only one team member and the limitations to move around New York have not settled nothing good to many tennis players, as is the case of Novak Djokovic, who would be thinking not to go to the tournament.

The Australian was also very emphatic about this fact Nick Kyrgios, who posted this question to Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic on social media, three of the heavyweights of the circuit and of the players union. “Do you think the US Open should go ahead?” the Australian questioned.

Kyrgios' protest did not stop there, as the Australian shared the latest data on cases of coronavirus in the United States after learning that the country has exceeded two million infections. “The ATP is trying to keep the US Open going. They are being very selfish with everything that is happening right now. Obviously the COVID-19 is concerned, but also the riots (following the death of George Floyd). I think, in my opinion, we have to overcome these challenges together before tennis returns, “said Kyrgios. On June 15 we will know the final decision on the US Open 2020.