Spanish tennis player Pablo Andujar has admitted that he is concerned over the coronavirus pandemic but confident that everything will get back to normal. The Indian Wells Masters got cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak on Sunday, before Miami-Dade County mayor Carlos A.
Gimenez called off the Miami Masters on Thursday. Shortly after the Miami Masters got officially cancelled, the ATP announced a six-week suspension of the men's professional Tour due to the coronavirus outbreak. "The #COVID19, it is affecting us all.
As an athlete and citizen, I am concerned about the current situation. But I am confident in the capacity and competence of the professionals that will help us return to normality," Andujar said in a Twitter post. ATP Chairman Andrea Gaudenzi said in a statement: "This is not a decision that was taken lightly and it represents a great loss for our tournaments, players, and fans worldwide.
However we believe this is the responsible action needed at this time in order to protect the health and safety of our players, staff, the wider tennis community and general public health in the face of this global pandemic."