Dominic Thiem has ‘very, very good news’ as he gives positive update on wrist injury


It has been some time since Dominic Thiem lifted a racket, however he’ll quickly be capable to “slowly begin taking part in tennis once more” after it was confirmed that he gained’t want surgical procedure on his injured wrist.
The 2020 US Open champion picked up the damage on the Mallorca Championships in June and missed Wimbledon and the defence of his title at Flushing Meadows whereas he was additionally compelled to name a untimely finish to his 2021 marketing campaign.
Nevertheless, there may be mild on the finish of the tunnel he gained’t require surgical procedure on his proper wrist.
Excellent news!
— Dominic Thiem (@ThiemDomi) October 4, 2021

“I had an important factor in the present day,” he stated in a video on social media. “I used to be in Belgium to determine if I would like surgical procedure on my wrist or not and by chance I’ve very, excellent information. I gained’t want surgical procedure, it’s wanting steady and it’s wanting good.
“The subsequent week I’ve to make it extra versatile and strengthen my wrist, do every thing to organize to slowly begin taking part in tennis once more. I’m actually wanting ahead to it.
“It has been a very long time with out the racket and I actually miss it. An enormous because of all of the followers who supported me throughout the lengthy months and weeks, I don’t assume I’d have made it by way of with out you. Large thanks and I see you quickly.”

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