Tennis-Musetti withdrawn from Toronto hardcourt event for COVID-19 breach

7/8/2021 11:53:00 PM

Tennis-Musetti withdrawn from Toronto hardcourt event for COVID-19 breach

Tennis-Musetti withdrawn from Toronto hardcourt event for COVID-19 breach

Italy's Lorenzo Musetti has been withdrawn from a U.S. Open tune-up event in Toronto after having left the tournament's COVID-19 controlled environment, Tennis Canada said on Saturday.World number 60 Musetti, who fell in the first round of the men's tennis event at the Tokyo Olympics two weeks ago, will b

Italy's Lorenzo Musetti has been withdrawn from a U.S. Open tune-up event in Toronto after having left the tournament's COVID-19 controlled environment, Tennis Canada said on Saturday.World number 60 Musetti, who fell in the first round of the men's tennis event at the Tokyo Olympics two weeks ago, will be replaced by alternate Max Purcell.

"As per the letter of approval issued by the Public Health Agency of Canada to the National Bank Open to run the event, any individual leaving the controlled environment is in breach of COVID-19 protocol and will be unable to re-enter to compete at the event," Tennis Canada said in a news release.

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S. Open tune-up event in Toronto after having left the tournament's COVID-19 controlled environment, Tennis Canada said on Saturday. World number four and 18-year-old paddler Harimoto followed with a 3-1 win in the singles match against Jang Woojin, 25. World number 60 Musetti, who fell in the first round of the men's tennis event at the Tokyo Olympics two weeks ago, will be replaced by alternate Max Purcell. More importantly, perhaps, he possesses an arsenal of tricky spin shots – including the Snake, which explains his nickname. "As per the letter of approval issued by the Public Health Agency of Canada to the National Bank Open to run the event, any individual leaving the controlled environment is in breach of COVID-19 protocol and will be unable to re-enter to compete at the event," Tennis Canada said in a news release. As Mizutani took off his glasses after the win, Harimoto rushed to the table to hug the 32-year-old paddler. World number two Daniil Medvedev, who reached the quarter-finals in Tokyo, and Rafa Nadal headline the field for the Masters 1000 event where first-round action begins on Monday. Despite promising clinical data, the Maryland-based company has lagged rival vaccine makers such as Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson.

(Reporting by Frank Pingue in Toronto, editing by Pritha Sarkar) Source: Reuters . At the men's team final to be held later in the day, 2016 Rio team bronze medallists Germany will fight for their first men's team gold versus reigning champion China. "There are an infinite amount of possibilities in any moment, and the spin on the ball can make the ball curve, jump, kick, bend.