John McEnroe says he examined optimistic for COVID and can miss US Open TV protection

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“I’m watching the U.S. Open from house and might’t wait to get again to work quickly.”

Tennis legend John McEnroe, left, speaks to former British tennis player Tim Henman on Centre Court.
Tennis legend John McEnroe, left, speaks to former British tennis participant Tim Henman on Centre Court docket, July 7, 2023, on day 5 of the Wimbledon tennis championships in London. AP Photograph/Alberto Pezzali, File

NEW YORK (AP) — John McEnroe has COVID-19 and is lacking time as ESPN’s lead tennis analyst for its U.S. Open tv protection.

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“Sadly, after feeling a bit below the climate, I examined optimistic for COVID,” McEnroe stated in a press release launched by the community on Tuesday, the second day of the Grand Slam event. “I’m watching the U.S. Open from house and might’t wait to get again to work quickly.”

ESPN stated it needs the tennis legend properly and appears ahead “to welcoming him again when he’s prepared.”

McEnroe gained 4 of his seven Grand Slam singles titles on the U.S. Open.

The 12 months’s final main tennis event started Monday and ends on Sept. 10 with the lads’s singles ultimate.


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