Andy Murray (32) does not believe that tennis tournaments will resume soon, due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has upset all world sports.
The 12th-ranked Scotsman in the male hierarchy revealed that he had symptoms of the disease that grinds all of humanity, but has not been tested.
The former world leader is in a long period of recovery after an injury suffered last year. Two of the top players, Elina Svitolina and Fabio Fognini, have announced that they are boycotting tournaments in Asia.
Roger Federer, Murray’s rival, and Simona Halep propose a major change in tennis.
Andy Murray feared for his life
Murray says the thought ran to his worst. “A month ago, I felt sick for two or three days, before the emergency started. I then isolated myself in the house for a few days.
I spoke with some friends who confessed to me that they felt bad, showed symptoms, but found it difficult to be tested, because the tests must be kept for people who are seriously ill or for medical staff, “he said. Andy Murray for CNN.
Andy Murray says tennis will not resume until September
Murray has not played tennis since November after undergoing two complicated hip surgeries. The tennis player is of the opinion that the chances for the white sport to resume are minimal, this summer.
“I think tennis will be one of the last sports to return to normal. Obviously you have players and coaches who come from all over the world in one area. I would be surprised if the competitions will resume until September “, Murray added for the quoted source.