Greek Track still has doubts about participating in Ahoy and is considering cobblestones
Tennis player Talon Francispoor doubts whether he will participate in the ABN AMRO Open in Rotterdam in February. The number 2 in the Netherlands is considering traveling to South America in the same period for a series of clay court tournaments.
Greco, who is currently ranked 96th in the world, said of the trade: “At the moment it’s 50-50. It’s not entirely clear yet what I’m going to do in February. The Davis Cup draw on Sunday could be the deciding factor.” Between playing a number of indoor tournaments in Europe or the less crowded ones in South America. Maybe he needs a wildcard to participate in Ahoy.
Earlier this week, the ABN AMRO Open announced that Botic van de Zandschulp and Tim van Rijthoven will take part in the 50th edition of the Netherlands’ biggest tennis tournament. Likely to be accepted directly by Van de Zandschulp, Van Rijthoven received a wildcard from tournament director Richard Krajicek.
The 26-year-old Greek track failed to win his singles match against Australia in the Davis Cup Finals in Malacca on Tuesday. He lost to Jordan Thompson in three sets. Because Van de Zandschol also lost to Alex de Minaur, Team Orange was eliminated in the quarterfinals.
At the beginning of February, the Netherlands will compete in the Davis Cup Qualifiers. After that, placement can be enforced at the 2023 Davis Cup Finals. The ABN AMRO Open will take place from February 13-19.
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