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sam querrey?
 

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haven´t been around but Andres Artuñedo-Martinavarro retired last year =(

will be missed
 

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Anyone knows what is happening with Lucas Pouille ?

He played one match this season in a challenger, where he lost 0-2 in the 1st round and that's it
 

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Whatever happened to Grzegorz Panfil? I remember him playing with Aga Radwanska at the Hopman Cup but he hasn’t been active since 2018.
 

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Whatever happened to Grzegorz Panfil? I remember him playing with Aga Radwanska at the Hopman Cup but he hasn’t been active since 2018.
As far as I know he runs the tennis club (mostly for kids) in Ustron, Poland (in Beskidy mountains) with his brother Aleksander (my friend is Aleksander's friend that's why I know it). They even organized ITF futures in their club some two years ago and he occasionally plays in some events like Polish national championships.
 

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Whatever happened to Grzegorz Panfil? I remember him playing with Aga Radwanska at the Hopman Cup but he hasn’t been active since 2018.
Conicidentally :)


he played yesterday in the Polish amateur championships and won the main prize of 770 USD :)
 

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Kyle Edmund ?
Probably won't be back for a while.


Former British number one Kyle Edmund is likely to miss several more months of the season after having surgery on his left knee.

Edmund, who has not played for six months, underwent a "small procedure" in Switzerland at the end of March.
It was performed by Dr Roland Biedert, who has operated on Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka and Juan Martin del Potro.

Edmund's problems began in October 2018, when a scan revealed fluid behind the left knee.

The 26-year-old had reached the Australian Open semi-finals that January, and just won the European Open to climb to a career-high ranking of 14.

But despite winning a second ATP title in New York in February last year, Edmund's progress since has been consistently thwarted.

He currently stands at 69 in the world and has not played since losing in the first round of qualifying in Vienna last October.

Edmund had been resisting surgery, due to the obvious risks for a professional athlete, but the nagging pain in his knee has increased since the start of the year and prevented him from practising.

A long period of rehabilitation is now underway, and an appearance at Wimbledon seems a forlorn hope.
 
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