British tennis player Andy Murray warned of a quick return to the competitions, in light of the talks about the date of the resumption of the season, which was suspended due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus, stressing that it is necessary to return to “normal life” first before thinking about the matches. The professional and professional associations suspended the football season from last March until July 13 at the earliest, while the English championship, Wimbledon, the third major slam, was canceled. And the work is considered the first before the world that tennis will be among the last sports that resume its activity due to the travel necessities of the players. “I am sure that all tennis players want to return to competition and play as soon as possible, but now this is not the most important thing … First, we want to return to our normal lives, only just the ability to Going out (from the house), seeing friends, going to restaurants, and restoring our natural freedom. ” The player, who won three major championships, continued, “So we hope that with time, conditions will allow travel and the sport will return to normal.” But I don’t see it happening soon. ” For the time being, the French and US Open tournaments are scheduled for August and September, after Roland Garros was postponed from its traditional date in May.
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