The first racket of the world Ashleigh Barty because of the pandemic of the coronavirus will not participate in the Open championship of the USA. After an injured Roger Federer Australian became the second star refused to perform in new York. However, at the moment it is not clear, will there be the tournament itself. The final decision on the matter deferred until the beginning of next week.Coronavirus continues to have a negative impact on the restoration of the tennis tournament of life. Following the cancellation of the rest of the season all competitions of the Association of tennis professionals and Women’s tennis Association in China from the calendar was eliminated and autumn women’s tournament in Tokyo. And today came the latest news from the Australian Brisbane, home of the first racket of the world Ashleigh Barty, last year sensationally won the Roland Garros and soon led the world classification. 24-year-old tennis player will miss the Western & Southern Open, which was moved to new York from Cincinnati, and starting August 31, the U.S. Open.”It was a difficult decision because I love both of these tournament. However, the risks associated with COVID-19, is still great, and I will not be able to feel comfortable in new York,” he said through his Manager, tennis player.”Ashley decided to do what, in her opinion, would be better for her and her team, and we respect this decision. We wish her well and will look forward to her return,”— said in turn, Director of the US Open, Stacey allaster Chairman and trying in a pandemic to save the tournament, which will be held without spectators and with extensive precautions.If you don’t count Swiss Roger Federer, who, regardless of the development situation of coronavirus has been ruled out until the end of the season because of a knee injury, Ashleigh Barty became the first star officially canceled performances at the US Open. In any case, it is already known that in the application lists of the Western & Southern Open tennis players are missing from the top ten Romanian Simona Halep, Elina Svitolina, last year’s champion canadian Bianca Andreescu, as well as number nine of the men’s ranking Frenchman Gael Monfils. This suggests that they are unlikely to fly at the U.S. Open, focusing on the preparation of the September major clay tournaments, including Roland Garros.Leading Russian tennis players Daniel Medvedev, Andrei Rublev and Karen Khachanov at the moment, expect to speak in new York. But the fact is that no final decision about the US Open. Official statement of the organizers on this occasion it was expected yesterday or today, but now, as alleged in the press, it’s moved to 3 or 4 August. Given the not very favorable development of the situation with coronavirus in the United States the final verdict of the Americans are unpredictable. While onlyknown that the National tennis center, where the spring was equipped with a temporary hospital for patients with coronavirus, the preparation of the courts.Eugene Fedyakov