World No. 14 men's tennis player, Denis Shapovalov of Canada, has pulled out of Tokyo Olympics referring to "security reasons" because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Making his declaration on Twitter on Tuesday, the 22-year-old Shapovalov said, "Hello everybody, after cautious thought I needed to tell you that I won't be partaking in the Olympics this year.
"Addressing Canada means everything to me, yet because of the current circumstance my group and I have concluded this is the best choice for everybody's security," composed Shapovalov, a quarterfinalist at the US Open last year.
In another tweet, he expressed, "I can hardly wait to address Canada at future Olympic games (Flag of Canada)," demonstrating that his point presently is to address his country at the Paris Olympics in 2024.
Last week, Shapovalov had lost to Great Britain's Cameron Norrie in the Queen's Club Championships, a Wimbledon warm-up occasion. Norrie proceeded to lose in the last.
Shapovalov had removed from the French Open recently to rest his shoulder.
Shapovalov had tweeted in front of the French Open, "I'm disheartened to share that subsequent to talking with the clinical group I've settled on the troublesome choice to pull out from @rolandgarros. Lamentably, my shoulder has been troubling me, and keeping in mind that clinical trials look great, it is for the awesome rest. See you in 2022, Roland-Garros".
Spain's Rafael Nadal could likewise miss the Olympics as he offers to delay his profession.
England's Andy Murray is the shielding men's singles champion at the Olympics, winning consecutive gold at 2012 London and 2016 Rio.
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