Steve Darcis has withdrawn from Delray Beach because his daughter is having surgery next week, according to Belgian reports.
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Darcis withdraws from Delray as young daughter gets sets for surgery
Darcis, who has a 3-year-old daughter, Camille, did not play his
Published Feb 24, 2017
Darcis has a 3-year-old daughter, Camille, and did not play his scheduled quarterfinal at the ATP event for "family reasons."
Darcis' father, writing on social media, said it was an "important" procedure, and had been "planned for a long while." Darcis would be off the tour for two or three weeks, he indicated.
Darcis was playing his fourth week in a row, having also competed in Davis Cup, Sofia and Memphis.