Thiem time is coming: Dominic Thiem will launch his comeback within the desert.
The 2020 US Open champion has signed on for the thirteenth annual Mubadala World Tennis Championship subsequent month.
The thirteenth version of the Arabian Gulf’s main exhibition occasion returns with full stadium capability on the Worldwide Tennis Centre, Zayed Sports activities Metropolis in Abu Dhabi December 16-18th.
Thiem, who has been sidelined since June on account of a proper wrist harm, has resumed coaching and says he is desperate to launch his return.
“I used to be eager to seek out the correct alternative to make my return to the court docket and the Mubadala World Tennis Championship comes at a good time,” Thiem stated. “The Championship presents the right surroundings to proceed my comeback and play in opposition to the highest guys on tour.”
4-time Grand Slam finalist Thiem joins a star-studded discipline for the occasion, which options World No.8 Casper Ruud, and World No.19 Denis Shapovalov, alongside US Open champion Emma Raducanu and Olympic gold-medal champion Belinda Bencic, with three extra male star names to comply with.
Thiem: I’m Vaccinated and Able to Start Comeback
The Aussie took to Instagram to submit his up to date vaccination standing and supply an replace on his wrist.
“I’m very blissful to announce that my restoration goes properly,” Thiem wrote on Instagram. “The MRI I did at the moment confirmed that my wrist harm has improved considerably. A few weeks in the past I began enjoying with comfortable balls and was in a position to change to regular tennis balls throughout yesterday’s practise session.
“My group and I strongly imagine that I’ll be able to make my comeback to competitors later this 12 months. I’ll be returning to competitors in December and shall be enjoying the MWTC 2021 in Abu Dhabi – with the target to return to the tour for the 2022 Australian Open. Evidently that the vaccine is required to play each occasions, and in my case I’ve already been vaccinated.”
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