French Starting up finalist Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova has withdrawn from this week’s Cincinnati WTA event as a consequence of visa problems and can trot the clock to comprise it sorted in divulge to compete within the US Starting up.
Pavlyuchenkova, who fell within the second spherical last week in Montreal, became once the 16th seed in Cincinnati and scheduled to play her opening match in opposition to American Bernarda Pera on Tuesday.
“Unfortunately I primarily comprise to withdraw from Western & Southern Starting up. Gentle in Canada, I am wanting ahead to my US visa,” the Russian wrote on Twitter.
“With a shrimp bit of luck, I may win it rapidly and will be there in time for the US Starting up.”
The US Starting up runs from August 30 to September 12.
Pavlyuchenkova competed at this year’s Tokyo Olympics the put she lost to eventual champion Belinda Bencic within the quarter-finals of the women’s singles competition.
However she captured gold within the mixed doubles event with Andrey Rublev.