Australian Nick Kyrgios comments in harsh terms on the latest tennis news that has made the world go by very fast.
Detected positively with COVID-19 after participating in the Adria Tour, a competition organized by Novak Djokovic, in Zadar, the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov and the Croatian Borba Coric, will reconfigure their preparation plan for the restart of the tournaments.
The announcements regarding the cases of the two important ATP players were made last night, respectively on Monday morning, and the tennis world is starting to challenge the way the Adria Tour was approached, at a time when Europe is only shyly showing signs of returning to normal.
Nick Kyrgios: “This is what happens when you ignore protocols”
Wrapped in a package of solidarity with his infected colleagues, the message given by Nick Kyrgios is, in fact, an alarm signal on the possibility of resuming tennis as soon as possible, but also a reproach made to those involved in the demonstration tournament in Croatia.
“It was an absurd decision when it was decided to organize this competition. I wish you health, boys! But that’s what happens when you ignore all the protocols. This disease is no joke,” the Australian known for his reactions to events of interest wrote on Twitter general in the world of tennis.
Adria Tour, a tour organized by world leader Novak Djokovic
The Adria Tour, organized by Djokovic in the Balkans to raise money for charity and to give players matches in a competitive season suspended from March to August due to the coronavirus pandemic, began with the Belgrade stage, won by Austrian Dominic Thiem, and would continue with a third stage in Bosnia (Banja Luka, 3/4 July), after the Montenegrin tournament (27/28 June) was canceled.
Eight players participate in each tournament, divided into two groups of four, each playing. The game system is the best of seven clusters, with a normal tiebreak.