Yep, I just checked his website again, the webmaster already wrote back then that Andi's next tournament after Gstaad would be New Haven, it wasn't an injury break. And no injury talk in Andi's updates in the last 2 months.
Yep, I just checked his website again, the webmaster already wrote back then that Andi's next tournament after Gstaad would be New Haven, it wasn't an injury break. And no mention of an injury in Andi's updates in the last 2 months.
ok, thanks. I was doubting about an injury because i've seen Andi with Bolelli after his pause and he was embarrassing.
I watched him against Kubot in Bercy and it was one of my favourite matches there (I've seen so many tank jobs and ugly performances). A good fight, Kubot was playing well.
He confirms on his website that they stopped working together with Arriens and he's looking for a new coach.
It was a sort of tennis elbow (a problem in the left arm with an inflammation of the elbow). He says it had been bothering him for a while, but the pain became much greater after Bercy. He went through 4 weeks of rehab and he can now practice again, apart from the serve.
I guess he won't play in Rotterdam then if he can't serve normally? He's still on the entry list.
Thanks a lot, finally some articles about him, I find crazy there was absolutely nothing about him when he pulled out of the Australian Open!
I hadn't noticed at all that he was already in great pain in Bercy.
The article says he can train again 2 hours a day atm, but it doesn't sound like he's ready to come back yet, it's just very light training.