forced to leave Roland-Garros, Sinner to return next week

Forced to give up in the eighth final at Roland-Garros on May 30 due to a painful knee, Jannik Sinner will return to compete in the Eastbourne grass tournament (June 20-25) just before Wimbledon, at-il announced Monday. «Hi everyone (…) my abandonment at Roland-Garros was very frustrating, but I want to tell you that my knee would have been better and with my team, I would have prepared for Eastbourne. I wanted to find myself on grass”Wrote the 13th World on Social Networks.

At Roland-Garros, the 20-year-old player had explained having a sense of humor during a service “something bizarre and very painfulIn his left knee which quickly forced him to give up against Russian Andrey Rublev in 8th. On this day, the Italian prodigy only once played the main table at Wimbledon, last year, where he was eliminated from the first round by Hungarian Marton Fucsovics.


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