The medical reason that prevented Nicolas Jarry from participating in the Queen’s ATP 500

After going through Roland Garros, the Chilean entered the qualifiers for the British tournament.

Nicolás Jarry will not participate in the Queen’s ATP 500 and will only make his grass debut at Wimbledon, the third Grand Slam on the calendar. The decision was taken after a medical problem suffered by the Chilean and which forced him to stay in the country.

The news was confirmed by his own team, which announced on Thursday afternoon the reason for the absence of the recent Masters 1000 finalist during the playoffs of the traditional English tournament, which historically serves as an adaptation event to Wimbledon.

“Nicolas was forced to withdraw from the Queens tournament due to an ear infection which causes dizziness and dizziness, but from which he is recovering satisfactorily although more slowly than he would like . He therefore preferred to maintain the treatment at home and go to England the week of the 17th to begin his preparation on grass,” they reported in a press release sent to the media.

In this way, the Chilean will not play events before the great Londoner and will not be able to defend the 90 points he obtained at the ATP 500 in Halle last year. Something that does not complicate it in any case for the most part, since at the beginning it was not planned for Queens to play either. He made this decision after being eliminated in the first round of Roland Garros. and its decompressed calendar. Precisely, not having registered on time meant that Jarry, currently 19th in the world, would have had to play the qualifiers for the English tournament and not his main draw.

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Source: Latercera

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