Serena Williams, Sofia Kenin, Victoria Azarenka, Elise Mertens, Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev, Matteo Berrettini, Felix Auger Aliassime and Andrey Rublev were the protagonists of the US Open 2020 day 6. They all qualified for the fourth round of the American Slam, lighting up an edition so far out of the ordinary for everything that has happened both outside and for what is happening in the tournament.
The surprises did not in fact end in Flushing Meadows, with what is connected to the positivity of Benoit Paire. Kristina Mladenovic was disqualified from the women's doubles, along with Timea Babos, before the second round match that the seeded # 1 was supposed to play against Riske and Dabrowski.
Here is the statement released by the USTA: "Nassau County public health officials have issued a 40s notice for all people who have had prolonged contact with those who tested positive for coronavirus. Since the players are staying in County Nassau.
The quarantine requirement prevents them from reaching the USTA Billiea Jean King National Tennis Center. The USTA is obligated to follow the guidelines of the State, the city and the County. All people who have been in prolonged contact with the infected player will have to remain in their rooms for the remainder of the 40s.
Kristina Mladenovic is one of these people, and since the doubles tournament has begun, the team of Kristina Mladenovic and Timea Babos is been disqualified from the US Open." This highlights a disparity of treatment between Mladenovic and Mannarino.
US Open 2020: the bests and the worsts fro the day 6
Milos Raonic talked about the absence of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal from the US Open 2020: "I don't think the absence of Federer and Nadal really has an effect.
It's still a shame they're not here. I think it's always fantastic for the tennis when the two of them are on the court. I am of the opinion that every player is really focused on the next opponent in their path. It is strange that Federer and Nadal are not present in a Grand Slam, but there are actually several tournaments throughout the year where we play without them being on the board."
J.J. Wolf pays homage to Andre Agassi, one of his greatest idols. What attracted the attention of the press and fans, in addition to his excellent performances, was above all his hairstyle, very similar to one of the greatest champions in tennis history.
Agassi was one of the most iconic athletes in history. Impossible to forget the earrings, the thick two-tone hair, which turned out to be a hairpiece, or the extravagant colorful dresses and unusual jeans.