Japanese tennis player Kei Nishikori has tested positive for coronavirus and has pulled out of the Cincinnati Masters.
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The US Open runner-up in 2014 said that he is "feeling well", but remains uncertain about making Flushing Meadows appearance.
“This morning while still in Florida, I got tested for COVID-19 and tested positive,” Nishikori said in a statement. “I will have to pull out of the Cincinnati tournament at this time.
“We were planning to fly to New York tomorrow but will obviously now stay in Florida.”
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Nishikori has been staying at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida and his isolation would end on 26 August, five days before the US Open begins in New York.
A number of players have withdrawn, including men's defending champion Rafa Nadal and women's world number one Ash Barty, from this year's US Open citing COVID-19 pandemic.
Novak Djokovic, men's top-ranked player, has confirmed his participation, while five-time winner Roger Federer will miss as he is recovering from knee surgery.