Rafael Nadal gives his opinion about the US Open Tennis 2020 tournament.
The US Open Tennis 2020 is still in doubt whether to be played or not,
Due to Coronavirus from a side and what happened to George Floyd from aside.
For that, Rafael Nadal gave his opinion about the US Open 2020 and what happening in the United States.
“Honestly if you asked me today if I want to travel today to New York to play a tennis tournament, I will say no, I will not,”
“All the normal people and all the people who want a peaceful and good world, we are against racism, poverty,“
“all the terrible stuff which is happening in this world more often than we would like,”
“When you see all these disasters on the streets, these terrible things, my feeling is ‘that is not the way to protest’. That’s not a good example.”
“The situation is critical but I really believe strongly in people and I really believe that we will be able to fix the problems.“
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Moreover, The US Open 2020 Tennis tournament date was from August 31 to September 13,
but unfortunately without spectators throughout the two weeks.
The U.S.T.A spokesman Chris Widmaier told the NYTimes that the US Open 2020 will be played
as planned but they’re waiting for the government approval.
“From the beginning, we’ve built this plan in a very collaborative manner,”
“We also recognize in order to move forward that we need government approval, approval from the state of New York, and any other entity.”
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Also, Simona Halep revealed her opinion about the US Open 2020 tournament,
and She believes it’s not safe to travel in this global pandemic.
“Not only because we’re in the middle of a global pandemic,”
“But also because of the risk of travel, potential quarantine, and then the changes around the tournament.”
On the opposite side, the former world n.3 Karolina Pliskova believes that it’s better to play the US Open 2020 tournament.
At some point it needs to start, the season, Even if it’s next year, I’m sure there is still going to be some sick people,”
“so it’s never going to be like super, super safe, so I think the earlier we start the better it’s going to be.”