By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Monday October 3, 2021
Excellent news for Dominic Thiem: The Austrian is not going to must bear wrist damage and might start flexibility and strengthening workout routines as he prepares to make his return to the courts within the coming months.
“As you all in all probability know I had an important day at the moment,” stated Thiem in a video on social media. “I used to be in Belgium to determine if I wanted surgical procedure for my wrist or not and fortuitously I’ve very, superb information. I gained’t want surgical procedure, it’s trying steady and it’s trying good, my wrist. The subsequent week in fact I’ve to make it extra versatile, I’ve to strengthen my wrist, I’ve to do all the pieces to organize to slowly begin taking part in tennis once more, and I’m trying ahead a lot to that, it’s been a fairly very long time with out the racquet, I actually miss it.”
Excellent news! pic.twitter.com/pKyHjSdtwE
— Dominic Thiem (@ThiemDomi) October 4, 2021
Thiem, 28, has not performed since June in Mallorca, the place he injured the wrist in a match towards Adrian Mannarino. The Austrian performed 18 matches in 2021, and went 9-9 total.
He additionally was bothered by foot and knee points and the overall fatigue that he skilled after profitable his first Grand Slam title on the US Open in 2020. “An enormous due to all of the followers who supported me throughout these lengthy months and weeks, I don’t suppose I might have made it by means of with out you.”