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"We're trying everything we can to have Nick ready on court as soon as possible," Ho Dimly rsfall added.

Kyrgios was set to play an exhibition match against Holger Rune in Denmark next week but apologized to fans on Instagram.

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The French Open, the second Grand Slam of the season, runs from May 28 to June 11.