Stan Wawrinka gives thoughts on coronavirus crisis, saying he ‘doesn’t know what to expect next’
Stan Wawrinka admits he has ‘no idea’ what to expect next as the coronavirus crisis continues to grip the world.
Tennis, like all other sports, has been put on hold, along with the likes of the Premier League, the NBA, the EFL, Serie A, and the NHL.
The outbreak has also seen golf’s US Masters being rescheduled for the first time since the Second World War, the start of the F1 season delayed, and international Test cricket series cancelled.
Both the London and Boston marathons have also been rescheduled, and Wawrinka has echoed the uncertainty most are feeling on the coronavirus situation
“Leaving LA to head back home for a while,” Wawrinka wrote on social media.
“These are weird times and we have no idea what to expect next. I hope you are all staying safe!
“I’m thinking of course a lot of all those in our world who have put months of work into events that are now cancelled and to the fans who were going to attend.
“These are hard times but we must all stay strong.”
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