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Old 07-11-2009, 12:37 PM   #76
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Oh no - poor Seb!!
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Old 07-11-2009, 05:14 PM   #77
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It's getting nearer to a year on now, and still no progress
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Old 07-14-2009, 12:37 PM   #78
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Come On Grosjean You Can Do It Man!!!!! I Need To See Those Ridiculous Forehands Atleast One More Time!
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Old 07-15-2009, 06:48 AM   #79
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Some news in L'Equipe after he saw Dr. Montalvan (who else?) on Monday:
« Cela fait trois nuits que je ne dors pas tellement j'ai mal. J'ai une lésion du sous-scapulaire qui nécessite cinq semaines d'arrêt. J'espère pouvoir reprendre à l'Open de Moselle, mi-septembre, si la blessure est bien cicatrisée. Point positif: le tendon n'est pas touché, mais dès que je veux lâcher un service, la douleur revient. »
He says it's been 3 nights he can't sleep because it hurts so much. He needs to stop 5 weeks and hopes to be back in Metz (mid-September) if everything went well. The good thing is that the tendon isn't injured. But as soon as he tries to hit a serve a little harder, the pain comes back.

(I don't know how to say "lésion du sous-scapulaire", sorry.)

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(I don't know how to say "lésion du sous-scapulaire", sorry.)
maybe "under-scapular lesion"

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Old 07-15-2009, 01:48 PM   #81
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Thanks for the info.

I really don't understand why he still want to try his come back. He's always injured. It's like his body would let him a (clear) message: STOP !
What does it motive him ? Does he still believe it ? Does he still has any chance to play again without any pain ? So many questions...
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Old 07-15-2009, 02:19 PM   #82
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Same here. It always sounds SO painful too when he talks about it, it's hard to understand why he wants to go through all this at the age of 31, TBH.
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Thanks for all the info.

I hope his shoulder heals primarily so that he can live a normal, healthy, pain-free life. Continuing on the Tour is apparently making it worse. It's one thing to use your shoulder for a normal range of motion, and quite another to blast forehands at the speeds required to compete in professional tennis.

Just watching him hit serves and forehands at Queens made me wince, given what is known about his shoulder, and I would not like to see him continue in the way he has been for the last year. It must have been quite a miserable experience.

If he could return to being 100% fit, and compete without further injuring his shoulder, it would be the best case scenario - but that is looking very unlikely. It must be very hard to be forced to give up something for which you have a natural talent and has been your whole life, especially if you have the desire to keep going, so I understand all of Seb's efforts. I'm just so sad that it hasn't worked out so far.
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I've been missing Grosjean, it has been years since I seen him play close to his best tennis.
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There are some news in Tennis Magazine, he is confident he will come back:

I can't translate it right now, sorry, but he clearly says it's not the same problem as last year and he definitely wants to play 2 more years.
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There are some news in Tennis Magazine, he is confident he will come back:

I can't translate it right now, sorry, but he clearly says it's not the same problem as last year and he definitely wants to play 2 more years.
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The medical stuff is too complicated for me, as usual, but he explains it's a muscular problem now, unlike last time. Muscles fibres started blooding and it caused a bruise, that's why it was so painful, but it's not a problem with the sinew like last year. The muscular problems are a consequence of last year's injury, though, his muscles aren't used anymore to a motion such as a serve at pro level.
He was very demoralized after Newport, he thought the old injury was back.
He'll undergo medical tests in Paris around the 20th of August and as soon as the muscles fibres will have healed, he will resume the rehab and start playing again - but no serve first.
The tests were reassuring because the sinews are completely fine. But it's annoying it still hurts, of course. At least it doesn't hurt anymore in everyday life.
He won't come back before Metz. But he's in good spirits again. He knows what he needs to do in order to come back. If the shoulder still hurts when he starts playing again, he will think about it. But right now, things are very clear in his mind and he definitely plans on playing 2 more years.

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Thanks for the article!

I absolutely didn't understand why Seb needed to play Newport despite the fact he apparently hadn't recovered yet. And his reaction didn't sound good either. Now the news is more positive, it does look like a completely different injury, and if I got it right even the touched muscle is different (subscapularis comparing to infraspinatus and supraspinatus last time).

Well, we can't keep high hopes for this season, I believe that playing a good match without retirement will already be a great achievement. But if he speaks of two more years I believe that he just must arm himself with patience and do not speed up the things.
And it's really impressing that he keeps fighting and don't want to give up while there is some hope left. Allez Seb, bon courage!
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Old 08-11-2009, 03:10 PM   #89
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Thanks for the article.

Great news, hope the rehab and stuff goes well for him
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News by Fritz http://www.laprovence.com/articles/2...s-Alpilles.php "Fin juillet, les derniers examens l'ont poussé à retarder la reprise de l'entraînement à début septembre. Ce sera trop juste."

The last medical exams at the end of july pushed him to restart the train only at the beginning of september.
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