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Get well soon Jojo!!

martine2
05-26-2008, 05:10 PM
He'll have the surgery tomorrow...

Good luck Jo. Hope to have you back soon :hug:

lilibel13
05-26-2008, 07:06 PM
Yes that's not the one injury ( and don't think will be the least :tape:)but good luck!!!Best is comming

SelvenluvJo
05-27-2008, 01:32 AM
Jo ,Hope you'll have a successful operation . Get back soon!! Go GO Go !

Truc
05-27-2008, 03:39 PM
http://www.lequipe.fr/Tennis/breves2008/20080527_170216_tsonga-opere-avec-succes_Dev.html
The surgery went well, now he will go to Switzerland and rest there because it's tough for him to be at RG, his agent said.

martine2
05-27-2008, 05:19 PM
Good to hear the surgery went good!!!
But of course it's understandable this must be a very hard tim for him :awww:
Hope to see him back in good form when he's ready for it! :yeah:

SelvenluvJo
05-27-2008, 06:07 PM
http://www.lequipe.fr/Tennis/breves2008/20080527_170216_tsonga-opere-avec-succes_Dev.html
The surgery went well, now he will go to Switzerland and rest there because it's tough for him to be at RG, his agent said.

Thank goodness,have a good rest Jo.:angel:

Turquoise
05-28-2008, 06:02 AM
Glad to hear that the surgery went well. I was looking forward to seeing him at Wimbledon - recall he made a good run last year, reaching 4th round - but better to have him healthy and wait another year.

Get well soon, Tsonga. Have faith that you will overcome these injury setbacks. May the love and support of your family, loved ones, friends and your devoted fans bring you back motivated and stronger than ever. We'll be there for you.

Truc
05-28-2008, 07:30 AM
In L’Equipe today:
Tsonga opéré
Comme prévu, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga a été opéré du ménisque hier, en fin de matinée, à la clinique Nollet, à Paris. L’arthroscopie s’est bien passée et le chirurgien a confirmé l’absolue nécessité de l’opération. « Il nous a dit que, si Jo avait continué comme ça, le bout d’os aurait endommagé le cartilage, explique son coach Éric Winogradsky. Ce qui aurait été beaucoup plus grave. On est passé le voir vers 17 heures, avec Cyril (Brechbuhl, son préparateur physique) et il était bien, relax, entouré de sa famille. Il n’avait pas mal et le genou n’avait pas enflé. Maintenant, il faut attendre les trois prochains jours et veiller à ce qu’il ne gonfle pas. Si tout se passe bien, Jo en a pour trois mois. » Tsonga quittera la clinique ce matin. – V. C.

Wino explains the surgeon confirmed that the operation was absolutely necessary. He said that if Jo had kept playing, the cartilage would have been damaged, which would have been much more serious. They saw him yesterday around 5 and he was feeling well and was not in pain. He will leave the clinic this morning. He has to be careful for the next 3 days to be sure the knee won’t swell. And if everything goes well, he should be out for 3 months.
On sait tout!

(I don't know if he still does, but he said at the beginning of the year that he does read the comments left on his official website, btw, so if you want to tell him a few words of comfort and support, I think there is a real chance he'll read it.)

amdany
05-28-2008, 08:17 AM
I'm glad that the surgery went well, have a good rest Jo:hug:

2moretogo
05-28-2008, 03:52 PM
How long will he be out? I am very glad that the surgery went well. Hopefully he doesn't rush it, and can come back in time for the hardcourt season, though it great fun watching him on grass last year.

Truc
05-28-2008, 04:29 PM
The article said 3 months if everything goes well.
He said on Saturday he was hoping to be back for the Olympics, but it sounds like it will rather be the US Open.

2moretogo
05-29-2008, 07:31 PM
The article said 3 months if everything goes well.
He said on Saturday he was hoping to be back for the Olympics, but it sounds like it will rather be the US Open.

That sounds more like the indoor season to me. 3 months is June, July, and August by my counts. Which will make it a rush to get to US OPEN in time.

lisaplenske
05-31-2008, 07:18 PM
get well soon jo and come back strong!

lilibel13
05-31-2008, 07:36 PM
get well soon jo and come back strong!
Oh amira so happy to see you how are you??!!!

Yes Patrice dominguez said that he must let his leg right ...:rolleyes:

lisaplenske
05-31-2008, 07:52 PM
salut!!:wavey:

Im ok,especially when its roland garros time and with all this french who are able to win and beat top players whereas they were 2 sets down.Not used about such a thing in Roland Garros!:lol:

jo must be impatient to recover and come back on the tour when he see this:)

MacArthur
06-01-2008, 07:05 PM
I wasn't really paying attention, but the commentators spoke about Jo today during the retransmission of RG.

At least, I heard that all went well just after the operation, and that he will begin his reeducation the 6th of June.

2-3 months and he is back. :D

If anyone know anything more, please keep us tune. :)

SelvenluvJo
06-02-2008, 01:02 PM
I wasn't really paying attention, but the commentators spoke about Jo today during the retransmission of RG.

At least, I heard that all went well just after the operation, and that he will begin his reeducation the 6th of June.

2-3 months and he is back. :D

If anyone know anything more, please keep us tune. :)

What mean about this word "reeducation "? I'm sorry my English is not good .:sad:

I hope he could come back in 2 months .:angel::worship:

martine2
06-02-2008, 04:26 PM
What mean about this word "reeducation "? I'm sorry my English is not good .:sad:

I hope he could come back in 2 months .:angel::worship:

the rehab treatment

Truc
06-02-2008, 04:31 PM
What mean about this word "reeducation "? I'm sorry my English is not good .:sad:I'm not the right person to give explanations in English, :p but:
Post-surgery rehabilitation? Does that help?

SelvenluvJo
06-03-2008, 11:10 AM
Thanks Truc and Martine2 .Maybe I understand this word now . It means after operation you should do something to help you recover? ^_^

Truc
06-03-2008, 12:05 PM
Yes.
(That's strange, I couldn't see Martine's post yesterday when I answered.)

Alex.
06-03-2008, 04:02 PM
Only 2 months? Wow. :eek: Hopefully it'll happen.

martine2
06-03-2008, 06:33 PM
Yes.
(That's strange, I couldn't see Martine's post yesterday when I answered.)

Well, I'm a mystery poster :p :lol:

It sometimes hapens to me too that I only see posts a while after they have been posted. Must be MTF issues :shrug:

SelvenluvJo
06-05-2008, 02:13 AM
Only 2 months? Wow. :eek: Hopefully it'll happen.

I saw your Tsonga Avatar in WTF:devil:

SelvenluvJo
06-05-2008, 02:26 AM
Yes.
(That's strange, I couldn't see Martine's post yesterday when I answered.)

Truc I have seen your message .But I do not know how to reply that . I post it at here
:devil: .Thanks for your help,but I believe that I still can't pass the English examination this semester .hahahaha:sad::sad:

Truc
06-06-2008, 07:24 AM
You mean the little message in your User Control Panel? To send this kind of messages, you just need to click on the button with the cross, look at the screenshot. It opens a mask where you can enter a short message.

Truc
06-06-2008, 07:25 AM
Some news about Jo in L'Equipe today:
TSONGA VISE L’US OPEN. – Opéré le 27 mai du ménisque droit, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga avait hier laissé ses béquilles à lamaison. De passage à Roland-Garros pour une visite de contrôle chez le docteur Montalvan, le Manceau n’usait de prudence que lorsqu’il s’agissait de monter ou de descendre un escalier. Le check-up médical a confirmé la bonne évolution post-opératoire du genou. Lundi, le finaliste de l’Open d’Australie devrait pouvoir attaquer une rééducation tout en douceur. Et, si tout se passe bien, reprendre la raquette début août. Il reste donc une petite fenêtre pour les Jeux Olympiques, mais il paraît plus sûr de miser sur un retour pour l’US Open (25 août-7 septembre).

He was in Roland yesterday to see the doc and everything is going well. He walks normally and is just being careful when he goes down and up stairs. He’ll start the rehab on Monday and should be able to hit again at the beginning of August. Which means there still is a little chance he’ll be able to play in Beijing, but it’s safer to count on the US Open.

SelvenluvJo
06-06-2008, 09:14 AM
You mean the little message in your User Control Panel? To send this kind of messages, you just need to click on the button with the cross, look at the screenshot. It opens a mask where you can enter a short message.

Thank you Truchttp://bbs.tennis.com.cn/uploadFiles/2008-06/6_8040483_1.gif

SelvenluvJo
06-06-2008, 09:15 AM
Some news about Jo in L'Equipe today:
TSONGA VISE L’US OPEN. – Opéré le 27 mai du ménisque droit, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga avait hier laissé ses béquilles à lamaison. De passage à Roland-Garros pour une visite de contrôle chez le docteur Montalvan, le Manceau n’usait de prudence que lorsqu’il s’agissait de monter ou de descendre un escalier. Le check-up médical a confirmé la bonne évolution post-opératoire du genou. Lundi, le finaliste de l’Open d’Australie devrait pouvoir attaquer une rééducation tout en douceur. Et, si tout se passe bien, reprendre la raquette début août. Il reste donc une petite fenêtre pour les Jeux Olympiques, mais il paraît plus sûr de miser sur un retour pour l’US Open (25 août-7 septembre).

He was in Roland yesterday to see the doc and everything is going well. He walks normally and is just being careful when he goes down and up stairs. He’ll start the rehab on Monday and should be able to hit again at the beginning of August. Which means there still is a little chance he’ll be able to play in Beijing, but it’s safer to count on the US Open.


It seems to be a good new ,Go Jo!:angel:

SelvenluvJo
06-07-2008, 06:29 PM
Ana wins the RG title, I'm so happiness.Jo ,get back soon please!

Truc
06-18-2008, 07:23 AM
He is still hoping to be back for Beijing, although everybody says he won't.
Tsonga, les Jeux en tête
OPÉRÉ DU MÉNISQUE DROIT le 27 mai dernier, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga a commencé la rééducation depuis une dizaine de jours. Elle sera longue et se fera pianissimo. Pour le moment, le travail se passe en piscine. « Tout va bien jusqu’ici, explique le finaliste du dernier Open d’Australie. Mon genou répond bien, il n’y a aucune complication. Normalement, je serai autorisé à recourir la semaine prochaine. » Le timing de reprise se précise : Tsonga pourrait retrouver le circuit à New Haven à partir du 17 août et sa présence à l’US Open, la semaine suivante, paraît probable. Mais il devrait faire une croix sur le tournoi olympique (10-17 août). C’est ce que tout le monde pense sauf… lui. « Moi, j’ai toujours les Jeux dans un coin de ma tête, dit-il. Je crois que c’est possible d’être prêt pour Pékin. » – F. Be. He’s been doing some rehab in water fro 10 days and everything goes well. No problems with his knee so far. He should be able to run again next week.
The schedule according to everybody should be: comeback in New Heaven and then the US Open.
But Jo says he hasn’t given up on being ready in time for Beijing. He thinks it’s doable.

martine2
06-18-2008, 07:28 AM
I can understand his feeling about the Olympics but I do hope he won't take too much risk....

Truc
06-18-2008, 07:16 PM
There are also news on his website (he posed for some magazine, "L'Officiel des hommes") and an interview of Wino with more details:
http://www.coach365.fr/actu/article_245251_-Rejouer-avant-la-fin-de-l-ete-.shtml

He will do this rehab until mid July and if everything goes well, he will start playing again then. Right now, he can only swim. Next week, he will be allowed to do some cycling. Etc. It takes one full month until he can start training again.
When he was injured in the past, it was actually tougher for him because he was not sure he would ever be able to play again! The only thing he has to do this time is to be patient and to take the rehab very seriously. If he does it, he's almost sure to be back on the tour until the end of the summer. He also won't have to start from the scratch again (= go through Futures again, etc.) because that's really discouraging. And he now knows that he is able to compete with the top players. All this makes it much easier for him, even though it's always tough not to be able to play and to improve during that time, of course.
It would be better to play on clay after a knee injury, but he'll have to play on hard. They'll just start practicing again on clay for a while. They won't take any risks anyway and won't rush his comeback.
Jo badly wanted to play RG, that's why they tried the option without surgery.
Jo is in good spirits atm and takes advantage of that break to do things he couldn't do otherwise.

Alex.
06-19-2008, 01:05 AM
I miss him. :( Hopefully he doesn't rush anything. Glad to hear he is happy though.

MacArthur
06-19-2008, 10:35 AM
Thanks for keeping us updated, Truc :)


I am already waiting for the US open :angel:

SelvenluvJo
06-19-2008, 05:22 PM
Monfils won again,when I saw him,I just miss Jo so much...

Truc
07-06-2008, 11:05 AM
In the JDD today:
Opéré du genou, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga semblait résigné à regarder les Jeux à la télé. La rééducation en Suisse est porteuse d'optimisme. "Jo a 15 jours d'avance sur le programme, le genou réagit parfaitement et il est tourné à fond sur Pékin", confie son coach Eric Winogradski. Tsonga reprendra la raquette le 14 juillet.

He's in rehab in Switzerland and still hoping to be ready in time for Beijing. Wino confirms he is 15 days ahead of the normal schedule and the knee is fine. He will start playing again on the 14th of July.

~*BGT*~
07-06-2008, 05:44 PM
Good news. :)

SelvenluvJo
07-07-2008, 02:13 AM
In the JDD today:
Opéré du genou, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga semblait résigné à regarder les Jeux à la télé. La rééducation en Suisse est porteuse d'optimisme. "Jo a 15 jours d'avance sur le programme, le genou réagit parfaitement et il est tourné à fond sur Pékin", confie son coach Eric Winogradski. Tsonga reprendra la raquette le 14 juillet.

He's in rehab in Switzerland and still hoping to be ready in time for Beijing. Wino confirms he is 15 days ahead of the normal schedule and the knee is fine. He will start playing again on the 14th of July.

very Good news:angel:

martine2
07-07-2008, 07:31 AM
In the JDD today:
Opéré du genou, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga semblait résigné à regarder les Jeux à la télé. La rééducation en Suisse est porteuse d'optimisme. "Jo a 15 jours d'avance sur le programme, le genou réagit parfaitement et il est tourné à fond sur Pékin", confie son coach Eric Winogradski. Tsonga reprendra la raquette le 14 juillet.

He's in rehab in Switzerland and still hoping to be ready in time for Beijing. Wino confirms he is 15 days ahead of the normal schedule and the knee is fine. He will start playing again on the 14th of July.

Au 14 Juillet!! Let's hope it brings him luck ;)

Alex.
07-07-2008, 12:30 PM
Great news that he's ahead of schedule. :hearts:

amdany
07-07-2008, 05:38 PM
great news:dance:

Turquoise
07-08-2008, 05:41 AM
So he plans to celebrate his return to the courts on France's National Holiday :hug: I wish him successful comeback and good health.

Truc
07-15-2008, 12:54 PM
He won't play the Olympics. :sad:
http://www.lequipe.fr/Tennis/20080715_141808_tsonga-forfait-llodra-le-remplace_Dev.html

Alex.
07-15-2008, 03:27 PM
:bigcry: He wanted to play so badly.

amdany
07-15-2008, 09:15 PM
I just came back from work, and I heard the news on TV, poor Jo:sad:

Truc
07-16-2008, 06:36 AM
In L'Equipe:
Pas de JO pour Jo
C’ÉTAIT UNE COURSE contre la montre et, à la fin, c’est la montre qui a gagné. Opéré du ménisque droit le 27 mai, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga a compris en fin de semaine dernière qu’il ne lui serait pas possible de disputer le tournoi olympique (10-17 août). « Franchement, j’ai cru jusqu’au bout que j’irai là-bas, confiait hier le finaliste du dernier Open d’Australie. Ces dernières semaines, chez moi en Suisse, j’ai accéléré volontairement le processus de rééducation. Mais vendredi dernier le docteur Montalvan (médecin de la Fédération française) m’a fait passer des examens indiquant qu’il y a quelques petites inflammations qui ont apparu. Il faut donc attendre. » Si la guérison se poursuit normalement, Tsonga devrait reprendre à New Haven (18-24 août). L’entourage direct du Manceau répétait qu’en aucun cas il ne lui ferait courir le risque d’une reprise prématurée, d’autant que le joueur a un passé médical assez lourd. Conséquence directe de ce forfait, c’est Michaël Llodra qui récupère une place en simple à Pékin. Il rejoint Paul-Henri Mathieu, Gilles Simon et Gaël Monfils ; le numéro 1 national, Richard Gasquet, ayant choisi de ne pas disputer les Jeux. Reste à reformer une deuxième équipe de double, la paire Tsonga- Monfils étant désormais abandonnée (l’autre double est composé de Clément et Llodra). « Nous avons jusqu’au 23 juillet pour trancher, disait hier Cédric Pioline, directeur du haut niveau masculin à la FFT. Nous allons donc discuter ces prochains jours avec les trois joueurs concernés (Mathieu, Monfils et Simon). » It was a race against time and he understood at the end of last week that he had lost. "Frankly, I thought until the very last minute I would go to Beijing, he said yesterday. I tried to speed things up during the rehab at home in Switzerland in the past few weeks. But Montalvan (the FFT doctor) made me undergo medical tests on Friday which showed little inflammations. So we'll have to wait." If everything goes well, he will be back for New Heaven (18-24.08). His team has been saying since the beginning they won't make him take the risk of a premature comeback given his medical history.

It doesn't sound very good, I'm not sure he resumed the training on Monday like he wanted to with these "little inflammations".

SelvenluvJo
07-17-2008, 10:00 AM
Sadness,He couldn't come to Beijing...anyway health is the most important.I'll be wait for China Open.^^

Turquoise
07-18-2008, 04:18 AM
Poor Jo.:sad: How frustrated he must feel. He's got the motivation, the will, the love of the game - yet his body fails him.

I'm a bit worried - if he's not ready for the Olympic games, I doubt his body can take the punishment of five-setters on hard courts at the US Open. Ideally, he should test himself in small tournaments before such a big event, but of course, he doesn't have that choice.

I miss him so badly. I missed him especially at Wimbledon where I thought he could make his greatest impact. BUT, The way things are at the moment, I would rather he take as long as he needs, even if he has to miss the rest of 2008 season, so that his body will be healthy, primed and solid for the 2009 challenges and much beyond.

Take courage Tsonga. We'll be waiting for you. :hug:

Alex.
07-18-2008, 07:19 PM
Poor Jo.:sad: How frustrated he must feel. He's got the motivation, the will, the love of the game - yet his body fails him.

I'm a bit worried - if he's not ready for the Olympic games, I doubt his body can take the punishment of five-setters on hard courts at the US Open. Ideally, he should test himself in small tournaments before such a big event, but of course, he doesn't have that choice.

I miss him so badly. I missed him especially at Wimbledon where I thought he could make his greatest impact. BUT, The way things are at the moment, I would rather he take as long as he needs, even if he has to miss the rest of 2008 season, so that his body will be healthy, primed and solid for the 2009 challenges and much beyond.

Take courage Tsonga. We'll be waiting for you. :hug:

Nice post. :awww:

Truc
07-19-2008, 09:03 AM
There also was a short interview on the ES website:
http://www.eurosport.fr/tennis/balles-bleues/2004/tsonga-garde-le-moral_sto1637472/story.shtml
Since the medical tests of last week showed an inflammation of the knee, he couldn't resume the training on Monday like he was supposed to. The doc told him to rest a few days and then go on with the rehab in the gym and in the swimming pool. It's a bit dull, but he's still in good spirits.
He always had the Games in mind to keep going. Now he will focus on the USO. He feels ready to come back at a Grand Slam without playing any tournament before. He already did it in the past.
About the AO final, he admits it's something special, he thought he would be able to "digest" it quite easily, but it's true it isn't so easy.
The goal: to win a title, why not?
He doesn't have any points to defend until the US Open anyway. He has some points to defend after the USO, but he doesn't worry about that. If he plays well, he will defend them.

martine2
07-20-2008, 08:15 PM
Keep yr head up Jo and take the time it needs to get fit :hug:

JBdV
07-21-2008, 05:46 PM
I really have missed watching Jo play so much during all this time :( I hope he recovers fully, and manages to finally stay clear from injury for a lengthy period of time after that.

2moretogo
07-24-2008, 08:19 PM
Awww Jo! Keep getting stronger... I too have missed watching him play especially with the hardcourt season.

Pepi.
07-28-2008, 09:02 PM
Jo :sad: :sad: :sad:

Truc
07-30-2008, 05:29 AM
He's still in rehab, no tennis yet. :(
Tsonga renonce à New Haven
Si tout va bien, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga reprendra la compétition à l’US Open, à partir du 25 août, mais il le fera sans tournoi de préparation préalable. Le Français a en effet renoncé à disputer le tournoi de New Haven la semaine précédente. « Il faut qu’il ait au minimum trois semaines d’entraînement derrière lui pour renouer avec la compétition, constate son entraîneur, Éric Winogradsky. Or il n’a pas encore pu rejouer. Dans les jours qui viennent, il va faire des tests médicaux dans l’espoir de pouvoir reprendre la raquette dès lundi, voire ce week-end. Mais l’objectif primordial reste de ne pas prendre de risques. » Victime en mars d’une déchirure du ménisque interne du genou droit au cours de la semaine de préparation à la rencontre de Coupe Davis contre les États-Unis, le Français avait été opéré le 27 mai. Depuis, il n’a toujours pas retouché une raquette.
He pulled out of New Heaven, but still hopes to play the USO. He needs at least 3 weeks of training to be able to play and he hasn’t started playing tennis yet. He will have some medical tests in the next few days and hopes to be able to play again on Monday. But always the same story: they won’t take any risk.

Truc
08-03-2008, 06:07 AM
He started training again!
Tsonga a repris la raquette
Vendredi, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga a repris la raquette pour la première fois depuis son forfait en demi-finales du tournoi de Casablanca, le 23 mai. « Mais à dose homéopathique, précise son entraîneur, Éric Winogradsky. Il a droit à deux fois trente minutes par jour. Et nous pouvons augmenter les doses de dix minutes tous les quatre jours. » Opéré du ménisque interne du genou droit le 27 mai, le finaliste de l’Open d’Australie a cependant retrouvé le sourire : « Ça lui a fait vachement de bien, témoigne Winogradsky. Même s’il n’a pas le droit de trop bouger, il retrouve des sensations. Il est super content et, pour l’instant, il se sent très bien. » Pour compléter cette reprise en douceur, Tsonga entretient sa musculature du haut du corps en salle de gym, et il pédale quarante-cinq minutes par jour sur un vélo d’entraînement. « C’est peu, mais on n’a pas le choix, constate le coach. On espère que d’ici le départ pour les États-Unis prévu pour le 17 août, tout se passera bien. » La condition physique sera un peu juste pour le début de l’US Open, le 25 août, mais Tsonga est bien décidé à y reprendre quand même pied sur le circuit. He’s allowed to play only two times 30 minutes a day and they will add 10 minutes every 4 days. But he’s already so happy to be back on a tennis court and feels very well. He also does 45 minutes of cycling every day + he works on his upper body in the gym. Wino: "It’s not much, but we have no other choice." They’re supposed to leave for the States on the 17th of August. It will be a bit short to be really fit for the USO, but Jo definitely wants to play.

Alex.
08-03-2008, 09:58 AM
Great news. :woohoo:

MacArthur
08-03-2008, 11:38 AM
So cool :bounce:

Pepi.
08-03-2008, 04:07 PM
Jo :woohoo:

fantastics news :)

amdany
08-03-2008, 04:57 PM
yay, that's great:D

2moretogo
08-04-2008, 03:29 PM
Great news!!! Good to see that the rehab is going along nicely and he is pacing himself.

Richardgm
08-04-2008, 09:03 PM
A healthy Tsonga has a chance at, at least a Semi-Finals at USO... but 'till then... Get well soon.

SelvenluvJo
08-05-2008, 01:15 PM
Come on my BOY !!

~*BGT*~
08-06-2008, 02:09 AM
Come on JoJo!! :bounce:

Truc
08-17-2008, 05:27 AM
Jo is leaving today for the US, according to his website!

And I guess it's too late, but I just see now that Cécile said 2 days ago we can post our questions for Jo before he leaves:
http://frenchballs.loco-web.com/tsonga/page_news.htm (click on "Commentaires")

martine2
08-17-2008, 04:00 PM
I'm keeping my fingers crossed for him and I REALLY hope the knee will be ok :awww:

Pepi.
08-17-2008, 04:47 PM
Jo is leaving today for the US, according to his website!

And I guess it's too late, but I just see now that Cécile said 2 days ago we can post our questions for Jo before he leaves:
http://frenchballs.loco-web.com/tsonga/page_news.htm (click on "Commentaires")

oh god :bowdown: :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:

this is so great!

cant wait to see Jojo again :sobbing:

Turquoise
08-18-2008, 05:51 AM
Good luck Tsonga! I wish him safe arrival in US and good preparation for the US Open. Hope that he has a good draw and that he can progressively build on his form and fitness - above all, that his knee holds and he stays healthy. I'm so looking forward to seeing him play again at last! :bounce::dance::yippee: