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9 things to know for 2020 Tokyo Olympics tennis

2020 Tokyo Olympics tennis, the competition among. The world situation is not normal because of the outbreak of the virus Cody David -19 So before pursuing my tennis is your favorite. We have a bit of interest that would let you know before cheering. Sports Fun Flannel between 24 July – 1 August 2021

Compete without spectators 2020 Tokyo Olympics tennis

Due to the spread of COVID-19, the Tokyo Games 2020 organizers decided to ban spectators at the Ariake Stadium. This is certainly the first spectator event of the Olympic Games. And there are also a number of restrictions on safety measures between athletes. 

All athletes must be test for COVID every day

Athletes of all kinds. Including tennis players Must wear a mask and social distancing and must be teste for covids every day. Although there will be no quarantine for 14 days after arriving in Tokyo. And there is a limit to the number of athletes and staff in training in the field.   

Hardcore competition

This is the seventh time in the Olympic Games. Where hard court tennis has been play since 1912, with the Rio Games also using hard courts, while the London 2012 Games chose grass courts.

Rafael Nadal, one of the top three men’s singles hitters, reluctantly withdrew because of his physical condition.

Men’s singles category changed to play the system to find the winner in 3 sets.

At the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, men’s singles will compete for the best winner in five sets, but at the Tokyo Games 2020 it turns out to be the best winner in three sets, with each set tied for a tiebreaker who reaches 7 points before winning.

 Tokyo Games 2020 has record withdrawals from tennis players

Olympic Games in Tokyo It is the tennis Olympic Games, the first time the players withdrew from each other because of injury. Some people want to spend time with their family. Some people are afraid of contracting covid. And some people are infect with coronavirus and are in high-risk groups, forcing them to withdraw from the competition. Altogether, more than 40 people. 

in which the single male and female single There are more than 20 tennis players withdrawn in each category. Male hitters who withdrew include Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Roger Federer, Denis. Chapovalov, Roberto Bautista, David Goffin, Milos Raonic and Juan Martin del Potro, while female tennis players withdrew, such as Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Angelic. Careber, Simona Halep, Bianca Andrescu, Sofia Kenin, Victoria Azarenka, Madison Key, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Coco Gav

Novak Djokovic wins the first Golden Slam men’s singles

Djokovic’s tennis fans, the current world number 1, got a chance to win when the Serbian striker There is a chance to win a gold medal in the men’s singles at the Tokyo Games to make history as the first male tennis player to do a Golden Slam by winning a Grand Slam title and gold medal in the same year. and is the second after West German tennis legend Steffi Graf to do so in 1988.

 Ashley Barty is the second oldest in Olympic history to win a gold medal

If Ashley Barty, the world’s number one tennis player, 25 years old from Australia Winning gold at the 2020 Tokyo Games, she will be the second-biggest tennis player in Olympic history after Serena Williams who won the 2012 London Games women’s singles gold medal at the age of 31.

Naomi Osaka and Kei Nishikori are the first Asians to win the gold medal in singles tennis.

If Naomi Osaka who competes in the women’s singles and Kei Nishikori who competes in the men’s singles Two tennis players of Japan’s hopes of hosting Both will win their first gold medal at the Olympic Games and become the first Asian nation to win a singles gold medal at the Olympic Games.

Andy Marie wins three men’s singles title in a row

Records are set to break Andy Marry set to break his own record for the most consecutive Olympic wins Made in the London Games 2012 and Rio Games 2016 gold medals, this time if he has successfully reached the top of the podium. He will become the first tennis player to win three Olympic Games in a row.