Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, the second racket of the world, will not perform at the hard Masters, which will be held in Toronto (Canada) from August 7 to 13. The official reason for the withdrawal of an athlete from the competition is fatigue.
Instead, the American Christopher Eubanks, the 31st racket of the world, the quarter-finalist of Wimbledon of the current season, got into the main draw of the tournament. In the event of another removal of any of the participants in the base, the Dutchman Botik van de Zandshulp, 45th in the ATP ranking, will get into the net.
Recall that Novak Djokovic won three titles this season, two of them at the Grand Slam tournaments (Australian Open and Roland Garros). At Wimbledon, which ended a week ago, the tennis player reached the final, where in a five-set match he lost to the first racket of the world from Spain, Carlos Alcaraz.