Sport Kyrgios pulls out of Monte Carlo Masters

22:20  14 april  2017
22:20  14 april  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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David Ferrer has pulled out of this week's Monte Carlo Masters due to a calf injury. World number eight Ferrer missed the first ATP Masters 1000 event of the year in Indian Wells, citing fatigue, but returned to action in Miami – losing to Lucas Pouille in the last 32. Federer thrilled to beat Kyrgios .

Nick Kyrgios of Australia speaks to the media. © AAP Image/Glenn Hunt Nick Kyrgios of Australia speaks to the media. Nick Kyrgios has announced he will not be competing at the Monte Carlo Masters.

The ATP Masters 1000 event begins on Sunday but the Australian, who is believed to be suffering from fatigue after last week's Davis Cup win over the US, has decided to delay the start of his clay-court season until the Estoril Open on May 1.

He posted on Twitter: "Unfortunately I won't be competing in Monaco as planned. I'm working hard to be ready for Estoril which will be my first clay court event."

Krygios has enjoyed an impressive 2017 season, suffering only four defeats this year.

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