September 24, Beijing time, Hamburg, Germany, continued the first round of competition. When French star Perret fell behind Rudd 4-6, 0-2, he chose to retire.
He revealed that his previous two consecutive new crown tests in Germany were positive. But the rules here are different from those in New York and Paris. After yesterday's new crown test was negative, Perrey was able to compete.
"I tested negative yesterday after being positive for two consecutive days. I was isolated in my room and had one hour to train and compete." Perrey said. At the US Open this year, Perrey had to retire because he tested positive for the new crown.
"The French doctor told me that my COVID-19 test in Paris has a 50% chance of being positive because I still have COVID-19 in my body."
After the US Open, Perrey participated in the Rome game. In his debut after recovering from the new crown, he resisted only 64 minutes and was swept by Sinner.
At 2-4 in the first set, Perret said to himself: "Super awesome Benoît won two rounds in the game. This is your record for six months. You did a great job, come on (vamos)."
After the game, he said, "I'm very happy that I persisted for 64 minutes, which is good for my next game. I retired at Cincinnati 0-6, 0-1, here is 2-6, 1-6 If you lose, there is still progress."
After experiencing this series of farce, Perrey said that the only thing he wants to do now is to end the season and go home. "When will this all be over! I am tired." Perret wrote on social media.