Olympics chief Thomas Bach revealed "doubts" and "sleepless nights" over the postponed Tokyo Games on เกมสล็อต roma เล่นฟรี as the opening ceremony nears after a year's delay and COVID-19 chaos that has made them deeply unpopular with the Japanese public.
Bach, speaking at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) session in Tokyo, said the unprecedented step of postponing the Games had proved more complicated than he thought.
The build-up to Friday's opening ceremony has been exceptionally rocky, with Tokyo still under a state of emergency and public opinion consistently against the Games, which will be held largely without spectators.
"Over the past 15 months we had to take many decisions on very uncertain grounds. We had doubts every day. We deliberated and discussed. There were sleepless nights," said Bach.
"This also weighed on us, it weighed on me. But in order to arrive at this day today we had to give confidence, had to show a way out of this crisis," he added.