Earlier in the day, Olympic organisers said the Games would take place without spectators in host city Tokyo as a resurgent coronavirus forced Japan to declare a state of emergency in the capital that will continue throughout the event which starts on July 23.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'Hey guys, I just wanted to let you know that I've decided to withdraw from the Olympics. It's a decision I didn't make lightly,' the 26-year-old wrote on social media.
Tennis star Nick Kyrgios has announced he won't compete at the Olympics for Australia
No spectators will be allowed at the Tokyo Games amid a state of emergency in Japan
'It has been my dream to represent Australia at the Olympics and I know I may never get that opportunity again.
'But I also know myself. The thought of playing in front of empty stands just doesn't sit right with me.