June 24, 2024

There should be a ton of exciting tennis played in the ATP 500 event at the Mexican Open. Among the players seeded for the tournament are Alexander Zverev, Holger Rune, who advanced to the quarterfinals of the French Open twice, and Stefanos Tsitsipas, who finished second in the Australian Open last year. Three athletes, though, have decided not to compete at the ATP Mexican Open. This article lists the withdrawn players along with their three draw replacements.

Three Competitors Leave the ATP Mexican Open
Which Participants Have Left?
Paris Masters runner-up in 2023 The first player out of the ATP Mexican Open is Grigor Dimitrov. The Bulgarian’s season has gotten off to a terrific start.

He finished second in Marseille, the winner of the Brisbane International, and most recently, he advanced to the semifinals in Rotterdam. Dimitrov is probably just taking some time off before the Indian Wells Open next month, as he doesn’t seem to be injured.
The second player to exit the competition is Laslo Djere. Since the Australian Open last month, he has only participated in one tournament, which he lost in the second round of in Buenos Aires. The Serbian has not had any verified injuries or other problems.

The last athlete to withdraw from the ATP Mexican Open was Mackenzie McDonald. Since losing to Juncheng Shang in the first round of the Australian Open more than a month ago, the American has not participated in any matches.

Although the cause of this situation is unknown, it appears likely that McDonald is injured of some type.

In the draw, who takes the place of the three players?
Dimitrov is replaced at the ATP Mexican Open by Daniel Altmaier. The German had competed on South American clay courts in Cordoba and Buenos Aires most recently, but he was eliminated in the opening round of each tournament. He’ll be hoping that moving to hard courts in North America would result in more success.

Dusan Lajovic gains from Djere’s choice to back out of the competition. In his last two tournaments, the Serbian advanced to the quarterfinals on clay in Rio and Buenos Aires.

If he adjusts to hard courts without any problems, that will be intriguing to see.

Jack Draper finally makes it into the ATP Mexican Open following McDonald’s withdrawal. Since making it to the second round of the Australian Open, the 22-year-old has not participated in any tournaments. Because of his immense talent, Draper can amuse his followers for a long time.

ATP Mexican Open: Three Players Withdraw From Event

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