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Old 07-04-2007, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default Tommy is playing the US open!

As Wimbledon ended for Tommy , I thought lets start a new thread.
So if anyone has news on Tommy's recovery you can put it in here

Lets start with the full translation of the German article.. (and again, real German ppl please tell if i translated it wrong)


Germany's number 1 has a torn abdominal muscle (2,5cm long). Because of this he had to cancel the 1/8Final against Roger Federer.
Haas: 'I'm counting on a rest of 2 to 4 weeks' .Though it seems like it's going to take more time. Tommy's ex trainer Nick Bollettieri said: 'There won't be a play for the next 6 to 8 weeks' This will threaten the start of the US Open (august 28th-september 9th).
Prof. Kabelka (tournament physician at the Hamburger Rothenbaum) says: 'It's a dangerous injury. Mary Pierce and Venus Williams had to quit for a couple of months when they had this same injury. When you start too soon, it's possible you tear it again easily.
At the moment Haas gets treatment from his physiotherapist Klaus Eder in Donaustauf. When he will return to the tour is unknown.
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(Deutschlands Nr. 1 hatte sich eine schwere Bauchmuskelzerrung mit einem 2,5 Zentimeter langen Riss zugezogen und musste sein Achtelfinale gegen Roger Federer/Schweiz absagen.
Haas: „Ich rechne mit zwei bis vier Wochen Pause.“ Doch jetzt sieht es so aus, als würde es viel länger dauern. Tommys Ex-Trainer Nick Bollettieri verriet: „Er wird sechs bis acht Wochen nicht spielen können.“ Dann wäre der Start bei den US Open (27. 8. – 9. 9.) in Gefahr.
Prof. Dr. Bernd Kabelka, Turnierarzt am Hamburger Rothenbaum, warnt: „Eine gefährliche Verletzung. Mary Pierce und Venus Williams mussten damit mehrere Monate pausieren. Wenn man zu früh anfängt, kann gleich wieder was reißen.“
Haas ist zur Zeit bei Physiotherapeut Klaus Eder in Donaustauf in Behandlung. Wann er auf die Tour zurückkehrt, ist ungewiss.)
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