Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic says he’s had over what is going on in Ukraine as he has referred to as for peace and expressed his hope that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine will quickly finish Within the early hours of Thursday, Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine.
The world main nations have condemned Russia’s invasion and referred to as for them to cease their assaults. Sadly, there isn’t any signal of the conflict any time quickly. “There may be quite a lot of disappointment taking place on the earth proper now.
My coronary heart goes out to each single particular person affected by these horrible occasions. It’s vital on this time to be pleased about issues we do have, and attempt to give attention to the optimistic as a lot as we will. Im praying for everybody struggling proper now and hope it would all be over quickly,” Tomic wrote on his Fb web page.
Tomic getting ready to return to motion
Tomic’s lone look in 2022 got here within the Australian Open qualifying occasion, the place he suffered a 6-1 6-4 loss to Roman Safiullin within the first spherical. Tomic felt unwell on the courtroom and shortly after the match examined optimistic for COVID-19.
“I felt dangerous the day earlier than my match, one thing was improper. I did not really feel good on the courtroom both. I used to be getting ready for the Australian Open, I used to be trying ahead to that competitors, I skilled properly, however sadly, I bought contaminated with the virus,” Tomic instructed Blic.
Late final month, Tomic shared a optimistic replace and revealed he plans to return to motion on the Monterrey Challenger, which begins on March 7. “Hey, hey. Hope everyone seems to be properly. I am flying to Mexico on the third of March.
Going to Monterrey for the Challenger there. I performed there a few years again. It is a good occasion. It is going to be robust. Good gamers enjoying. ‘ve been practising properly. I’ve recovered from COVID. And, yeah, want me luck,” Tomic mentioned in late February.