"I am so sorry for any harm I might have caused", he wrote.
I think it is a fantastic news that the Tour is coming back.
He returned home to Monaco after feeling unwell during his defeat to Borna Coric on Saturday, and has since returned a positive test. Dimitrov hoped he would get better and be able to play Djokovic in his last match group on Sunday afternoon. By doing this, it allows the USTA to keep the events in one centralized location, mitigating risk and allowing for one cohesive safety plan, the USTA says.
With the tours returning from early August, the Dimitrov test is a salient warning that precautions are needed.
The six-time US Open champion said in a video shown during the US Tennis Association's tournament presentation on Wednesday that she "cannot wait to return" to NY.
"I tested by chance three days ago and I'm negative".
No professional tennis tournaments have been held since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left the sport's calendar in tatters, and the shutdown will extend until August.
Dimitrov and Djokovic, as well as the other players, were then seen partying the night away at a packed Belgrade night spot.
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Indian security officials have said the fatalities were caused by severe injuries and exposure to subfreezing temperatures. But both blamed each other for the deadliest border clash at since 1967 and said they must rein in their troops.
The 3rd leg owing in Montenegro on June 27 and 28 has been scrapped in excess of coronavirus issues while the final leg is to be staged in Bosnia's metropolis Banja Luka on July 3 and 4.
But organisers said the visit to Montenegero had to be called off when it became apparent Serbia did not match strict health requirements.
Images were released of the two playing basketball during some downtime, clearly not abiding to the social distancing measures.
The region of some 22 million people registered about 24,000 infections and fewer than 800 deaths.
The ATP Tour and WTA Tour also announced their resumed season schedules Wednesday.
Russian Andrey Rublev was another player to earn a 100 per cent record thanks to wins over Marin Cilic and Danilo Petrovic.
The 33-year-old said he hoped the stringent restrictions including the existing ban on South American players travelling to compete would be eased before the Grand Slam gets underway.