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Zach Johnson and Louis de Jager to overlook The Open after testing constructive for Covid-19, whereas Ryan Moore has withdrawn on account of a again damage; Watch The Open all through the week reside on Sky Sports’ devoted channel – Sky Sports The Open

Last Updated: 12/07/21 2:29pm


Ahead of The 149th Open, the Sky Sports team look ahead to the final men's major of the year and assess some of the possible contenders



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Ahead of The 149th Open, the Sky Sports workforce look forward to the ultimate males’s main of the 12 months and assess among the attainable contenders

Ahead of The 149th Open, the Sky Sports workforce look forward to the ultimate males’s main of the 12 months and assess among the attainable contenders

Former Champion Golfer Zach Johnson is a part of the most recent group of gamers to withdraw from The 149th Open at Royal St George’s.

The 2015 winner of the Claret Jug has been pressured to skip the ultimate males’s main of the 12 months after testing constructive for Covid-19 forward of the match.

South African Louis de Jager has additionally needed to miss the occasion on account of a constructive coronavirus check, with compatriot Dylan Frittelli and England’s Sam Horsfield changing the pair within the subject.

Sam Horsfield will make his Open debut at Royal St George's

Sam Horsfield will make his Open debut at Royal St George’s

Ryan Moore, a last-minute qualifier after a tied-second end on the John Deere Classic final week, is recovering from a again damage and has elected in opposition to touring to the UK, with Adam Long changing him.

Australia’s Wade Ormsby is now first on the reserve listing, ought to there be any additional withdrawals, with France’s Matthieu Pavon and Ryder Cup winner Ross Fisher the subsequent alternates.

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