Nick Kyrgios appears set to resume his self-exile from tennis after pulling out of the Doha Open next week.
The Australian withdrew himself from the ATP Tour in 2020 as he was uncomfortable with travelling during the coronavirus crisis.
He returned to the court last month at the Australian Open, though, and put on a really eye-catching display in front of the Melbourne crowd.
Kyrgios eventually lost in the third round to Dominic Thiem in a thrilling encounter, but it's certainly fair to say he left his mark on the tournament - and in a much more positive way than many times before.
After his Australian Open exit, Kyrgios was coy about his plans for the future, saying: "I can change like the wind.
"I'm not too sure, depending on what happens with COVID in Australia, you know, I'm assuming we will probably settle it pretty quickly.
"But I don't know how I'll have to quarantine in overseas tournaments.
"For me personally, man, I'm used to playing in front of packed stadiums.
"I'm not gonna force myself around the world when the time is not right where I have to quarantine for a week and then play. I don't know, I'm not too sure what lies ahead."
As well as Kyrgios, Gael Monfils has also pulled out of Doha, which will be Roger Federer's first tournament in over a year.
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