A power left knee harm has compelled Nick Kyrgios to tug the plug on his 2021 season.
Kyrgios, who fell to Stefanos Tsitsipas in his Laver Cup singles match final weekend, introduced on Instagram he will not play once more in 2021.
“Hey guys, over the past couple months, I have never been close to 100% wholesome,” Kyrgios posted on an Instagram story. “I have been coping with left knee patella tendinopathy, and persevering with to play with out absolutely treating it could result in additional ache and higher set backs.”
The 26-year-old Kyrgios has been slowed in an injury-plagued season that has restricted him to a 7-8 report. Kyrgios’ loss to Tsitsipas was his fourth consecutive defeat along with his final win coming over Kevin Anderson within the opening spherical of Atlanta.
The explosive Aussie confirmed a few of his shot-making brilliance throughout Laver Cup, however finally couldn’t proceed taking part in by ache. Kyrgios mentioned he plans to return residence to Australia for relaxation and rehab and hopes to play the 2022 Australian Open.
“I’ve chosen to fly again to Australia to reassess and am planning to get PRP therapy to calm down and rehab my knee,” Kyrgios mentioned. “I am dissatisfied it has stored me from taking part in my greatest tennis and hopefully with every little thing going easily I can be again to 100% by the Australian Open.”
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