Recently, the Greek star Sisipas made a statement on his personal social media, announcing that he would withdraw from the St. Petersburg station, which opened this week due to a leg injury, and plan to participate in the Vienna station competition.
Sisipas’ statement is as follows: “First of all, I would like to thank the fans all over the world for supporting my French Open journey for the past two weeks. I had a wonderful time in Paris and I was also playing against Novak. I went all out in the final. Unfortunately, I suffered a minor leg injury and I underwent a thorough scan. According to the doctor’s feedback, I decided to quit the St. Petersburg station and take a one-week rest to do a good job for the Vienna station. Prepare, I am looking forward to participating in this event, as well as the Paris Masters and the London Finals (I just found out that I have confirmed the finalists, I am very excited to have the opportunity to defend the title there!) I hope everyone can stay safe and healthy Healthy, I hope life will return to normal soon."
His father revealed in a recent interview that the injury began at the US Open this year: "He felt discomfort for the first time in the game against Churidge in New York, but he didn't think it was a big deal at the time. He didn't mention it with the team, so he didn't receive any treatment. Then because he didn't play a game, he didn't have any pain, but in the first game of the Rome Masters, he felt discomfort again and even more. severe."
"He only talked about the injury with everyone in the team when he was in Hamburg. After undergoing a scan, they found a 1cm hematoma. Then they decided to continue to participate in the Hamburg station and prepare for the French Open, but everything was in It was carried out with relative caution. He only felt pain in part of the movement, so in all the Hamburg Station and the French Open, he participated with injuries. However, after experiencing many games, especially It was during the five-set match with Djokovic that his injuries worsened, which made him unable to run in the fifth set. The doctor said he needed 15 days."