Roland-Garros, Nadal … The announcement of Zverev on his big comeback
Heavily injured during his match against Rafael Nadal at Roland-Garros, Alexander Zverev is in full rehabilitation. If he hopes to be able to participate in the US Open, it seems complicated because of the short time left before the start of the tournament. Despite everything, the German continues his training, although he does not try to force in order to prevent a possible relapse.
For the first time since 2003, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer came out of the top 3 in the world this season, although the Majorcan has now returned to the bottom step of the podium. Conversely, other players managed to reach their best place. Thereby, Daniel Medvedev seized the throne, whileAlexander Zverev is son dauphin. The German could even have dreamed bigger by winning Roland Garros. However, not everything ended as planned for him.
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Zverev’s terrible injury
While he had shown some difficulty during the first laps of Roland Garros, Alexander Zverev grew in strength as the tournament progressed. Opposed to Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals, the German was playing at a very high level. If he had lost the first set, it was still difficult to put in the Majorcan. However, the 25-year-old couldn’t finish the game. While the two men arrive at the tie-break of the 2nd set, after already more than 3 hours of play, the native ofHamburg saw his ankle turn at the end of the race. If the cries and cries of Zverev left no doubt about his abandonment to Roland Garros, a question then arose, that of his return. And the main interested party ticked an important date.
His participation in the US Open is uncertain
Last big meeting beforeU.S. Openthe Montreal Masters 1000 is a very important passage for players who want to find rhythm before the Grand Slam. Unfortunately, Alexander Zverev is forced to give up its place in the Canada due to his injury, as has been made official. If he will not be able to prepare sufficiently, he secretly hopes to be able to tread the courts of the Flushing Meadows Corona Parkas a member of his entourage explained: “Sascha is recovering well and still hopes to be ready for the US Open. However, it is still too early to say whether he will be able to participate or not.although the principal concerned says that he will only return when “I will feel capable of winning. Whether my recovery tournament is a Grand Slam or not, it doesn’t matter..
“I was finally able to exercise my legs properly”
In comments collected by Image, Alexander Zverev discussed the progress of his rehabilitation. And obviously, everything is progressing for the best for the German, who was able to resume sport: “I was able to move well and didn’t feel any pain. I just had a little body aches from weight training the last few days, but that’s normal”. Reassuring about his condition, the 25-year-old does not intend to go too fast to resume training: “I was finally able to use my legs well, I was looking forward to this day and I worked hard to be on the court again as soon as possible. But for now, it’s important to get the training right.”.