What it tells us?
Oh no not that, I posted about Miami in early March and people criticized meNobody's doubting you about Miami
Meanwhile, there are 174,074 laboratory confirmed cases of Influenza in the United States since September 29th, 2019. Over 1,000 have died of the flu in the US in just the past 3 weeks. (Source: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/)
Coronavirus is a concern, but still not the most likely virulent illness to get you this year anywhere.
Monfils AND Svitolina leaving USA heading to France.
And Miami HASN'T officially been cancelled yet? Man, America and these tournaments could not be handling this worse
^^^ Please. What do you want? Cancel everything without forethought? If we just banned everything left and right the whole country and economy will grind to a halt. They wanted to keep the tournament in play if they could. I see no problem in that. The recent travel ban was posted today.
Source?What it tells us?
But its very hard for the players to catch the virus, since they won't be signing autographs.....Not surprising. It’s starting to spike in Spain again.
I honestly don’t think there should be any tennis this year. I miss it but I want it to return in better circumstances and when things are more safe again. This virus isn’t going anyway and currently the world is recording more cases in a day than they did since the pandemic started.
That is true I guess. In that sense tennis is safer than football. It’s more the travel from different countries into the a part of the country that’s the worry. Once they there though and hopefully all test negative when tested then it shouldn’t be as much an issue playing matches behind closed doors. Well we will see I guess.But its very hard for the players to catch the virus, since they won't be signing autographs.....
And no linesman and no ball kids and no parties.....so I don't think we'll see a big problem when tennis resumes.
We just finished playing three sets here.
Verdasco took out The Nadal in an early round match marred by much complaining from the favorite that TD Tiriac did not want “the good tennis” when he decided to once again use the blue clay. This upset paved the way for Murray to win again in Madrid and then announce his retirement after achieving the Madrid 3-surface trifecta...HC indoor, red clay and blue clay titles prove he is an ATG.Incredible from Murray, leads Nadal 3-1 H2H in Madrid, brilliant stat
Yes, Mr. President. Some nations have done a great job. Yours isn't one of them.
lmaoWe just finished playing three sets here.
No curfew. No lockdowns.
Are you even allowed to leave home and play tennis in Victoria?
Stay safe mate!
How is the sampling of individuals tested completed?Yes, Mr. President. Some nations have done a great job. Yours isn't one of them.
Victoria (pop: 6.6M) sees 670 cases a day: State of Disaster declared, curfew implemented
Tennessee (pop: 6.8M) sees ~2000 cases a day: Republican governor says "I’m not at any point considering closing the economy back down"
Victoria has conducted 1.63M tests to date with a 0.7% positivity rate (source)How is the sampling of individuals tested completed?
Does Tennessee use the same protocol to rate cases the same way that Texas now does?
What is the amount of days from the end of US to the start of Rome?Yep, it's apparently a done deal, now. Madrid out--and Rome with no 'non-quarantine' deal, which means it wouldn't get any top player unless things get resolved soon.
The plot thickens. Or does it?