“I’m Looking Forward To Playing And Restart The Season At Prague Challengers”- Stan Wawrinka

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Stan Wawrinka

Swiss tennis great Stan Wawrinka had skipped the US Open 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns. He decided to participate in the European tours especially ATP Challenger in Prague and several upcoming clay-court tournaments.

Stan Wawrinka will play the ATP Challenger Tour 2020 at Prague along with top 100 ranking players Jiri Vesely, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, and Philipp Kohlschreiber including new rising players Rudolf Molleker and Nicola Kuhn.

“I’m Happy To Be Playing Again Now”-Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka

Former French Open champion Stan Wawrinka told Czech media “These were many difficult months for everybody. I’m looking forward to being back playing some matches here. It’s important to restart the season again with these two tournaments in Prague”.

Moreover, Stan Wawrinka excited about restarting the matches and said “I went to the park the see some of the city today. It was really nice and I love it here. It’s going to be a great time. For me, it was nice to spend time at home with my daughter when we were in quarantine. That was positive for me. But I’m happy to be playing again now.”

The ATP Challenger clay-court tournament definitely will help him to prepare for the French Open. 35-year Old Stan Wawrinka won the French Open title in 2015. He already shared his pictures during the practice session in the clay courts.

Stan Wawrinka

Besides, Stan Wawrinka expected to play against Roman Safiullin on Monday, 17th August. 23-year-old Safiullin won his first Challenger title in Cherbourg this year.

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Moreover, ATP Challenger 125 is taking place in the 127-year-old Cesky Lawn Tennis Klub is located on Stvanice Island in Prague’s city Centre. ATP Challenger 100 event is also scheduled in Todi which features six players inside the Top 100 from the ATP Rankings such as Federico Delbonis, Roberto Carballes Baena, Gianluca Mager, Andreas Seppi, Stefano Travaglia, and Salvatore Caruso.


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