Tallon Greek track withdrew from the ATP tournament in Kitzbühel, Austria on Wednesday. The number 43 in the world is sick.
Greek track would play in the second round of the clay tournament against the German Yannick Hanfmann. The Dutchman had a bye in the opening round, meaning he did not have to play. Hanfmann now faces the Russian Ivan Gakhov.
The organization of the tournament in Kitzbühel, which was won by Robin Haase in 2011 and 2012, recently received more cancellations. Top players Casper Ruud – he was also defending champion – and Matteo Berrettini also decided not to play.
A week ago, Greek track played for the last time at the ATP tournament in Hamburg. The 26-year-old Haarlemmer reached the second round there, in which he lost to the Croatian Borna Coric (ATP-147).
Greek track is now preparing for the hard court season. He will play in Montreal and Cincinnati in the coming weeks and is working towards the US Open, which starts in about a month.