Tennis-Rogers Cup 2018: Juan Martin Injured
An injury in his left wrist has forced, Juan Martin del Potro to pull back from the ongoing Rogers Cup 2018.
Juan Martín del Potro, otherwise called Delpo, is an Argentine national, and a professional tennis player who is presently positioned world No. 4 in men’s singles tennis rankings.
Unfortunately due to a left wrist injury, Juan Martin del Potro has withdrawn from #RogersCup.
“Sorry to my fans in Toronto, but I have to pull out of the tournament since my left wrist needs some days of rest.” –@delpotrojuan
Speedy recovery, Juan!
— Rogers Cup (@rogerscup) August 8, 2018
As of today, Juan Martin was scheduled to play Robin Haase, however, after he pulled out from Rogers Cup, he will now be replaced by the fortunate Mikhail Youzhny.
Injuries especially wrist ones, are not a new chapter in Del Potro’s life. As he has fought wrist wounds all throughout his professional tennis career, with the prime example being in 2014 where he was missing several months from the sport, in the wake of experiencing medical procedure on his left wrist.
Juan Martin Del Potro withdraws from Toronto, gets replaced by Youzhny, Who withdrew from qualifying on Sunday before his QR2 match vs his practice partner (they share coach) Donskoy.
I don’t think this feels right, but…
— José Morgado (@josemorgado) August 8, 2018
The 29-year-old was also the runner up of Rogers Cup in 2009 and looked in great touch, before he had to withdraw from the tournament owing to his wrist condition.
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