Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic each expressed little desire to come to New York for the US Open, still slated to start Aug. 31 in Flushing Meadows, likely without fans.
According to a tennis source, Roger Federer is also on the fence about playing the Open if it is staged.
Your loss, Rafa, Roger and Djoker.
The USTA has reached out to several players and is aware of concerns from Europeans in their 30s about coming to New York under strict COVID-19 protocols. (NYPost)