The Greek track is definitively not for the Rotterdam tennis tournament

The Greek track is definitively not for the Rotterdam tennis tournament

AMSTELVEEN (ANP) – Tallon Grepes will definitely not be participating in the ABN AMRO Open. The Netherlands’ number 2 had already hinted that he might choose a trip to South America over the Rotterdam tennis championships and European indoor season.

“At the moment it’s between 50 and 50. It’s not yet clear what I’m going to do in February,” the Greek track said about the decision last month. The choice has now fallen on a series of clay court tournaments. “I’m going to try something new and I’m very curious. I’ve never been there as a professional,” Grikspoor said Friday during NK in Amstelveen.

During the period of the ABN AMRO Open Championship, from February 13 to 19, the Greek track will take part in the ATP Championships in Buenos Aires. On February 4 and 5, the Greeks will make their debut in the Davis Cup meeting with Slovakia. This match will be played on an indoor hard court in Groningen.

Immediately after that meeting, the Greek track will fly to South America, where it will first train on gravel for a week. After Buenos Aires, tournaments will be held in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Santiago (Chile).

The Greek track dropped to 95th in the world rankings and would therefore have needed a wildcard to participate in Rotterdam.

On Saturday, the Greek track will compete against Robin Haase in the NK semi-final.

Source: National Ports Agency

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