Thai tennis player out of US Open as a result of travel woes

new york (AP) — We've all been there: A delayed flight or traffic congestion or another transportation subject prevents us from attending to work on time. within the case of knowledgeable tennis player from Thailand ranked in the correct 100, a too-long go back and forth supposed skipping the U.S. Open.

Luksika Kumkhum pulled out of the 12 months's ultimate Grand Slam tournament on Sunday, a day earlier than she was scheduled to face Sofia Kinen of the united states in a first-circular fit.

The authentic rationale provided by using the U.S. Tennis affiliation in a quick remark in regards to the withdrawal became "shuttle difficulties."

The 93rd-ranked Kumkhum has been competing on the Asian games in Indonesia, finishing with the silver medal in blended doubles on Saturday.

Kumkhum was changed in the draw at Flushing Meadows by way of Madison Brengle, an American who misplaced in qualifying.


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