World No. 6, Dominic Thiem is an absolute fan favorite. However, after winning countless hearts with his humility and breathtaking tennis display, he left fans disappointed with his news ahead of the US Open. Earlier this year, the Austrian fell victim to a mid-game injury at the Mallorca Open, that ruled him out from the tournament then.
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Dominic Thiem added that he is particularly looking to play as much as possible in the lead-up to the claycourt Major in 2022.
It has been a while since Dominic Thiem lifted a racket, but he will soon be able to “slowly start playing tennis again” after it was confirmed that he won’t need surgery on his injured wrist.
Dominic Thiem: Back at the court & waiting for Novavax. Dominic Thiem has invited Austria's media landscape to a "round table" in St. Lorenz am Mondsee to talk about his injury, his comeback plans and the big issue of COVID vaccination. Dominic Thiem already had to draw a line under a messed up 2021 season a few weeks ago.
Dominic Thiem shares heartfelt message after early defeat in Paris. The Austrian lost in the Roland Garros first round for the first time in his career.
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Between 2016-2019, Thiem was among the most consistent players in Paris, reaching two semi-finals and two title matches and dropping these to Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
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Former US Open champion Dominic Thiem has issued a statement after he confirmed he has split with members of his backroom staff after a challenging 2021. Thiem has struggled with injuries through this year and his now former physiotherapist Alex Stober going public to express his disappointment after he was informed he was no longer rerquired by the Austrian star.
Dominic Thiem is back on court after suffering a right wrist injury last month. Well, sort of. The Austrian posted on Instagram on Tuesday that he is "finally back on court". However, the World No. 6 is not back to full tennis activites. Thiem hit lefty forehands, one-handed lefty backhands, lefty volleys and completed a series of footwork drills.
Dominic Thiem withdrew from Belgrade with a knee injury. "2021 doesn't want to get going. Unfortunately, I will have to cancel my start at next week's tournament in Novak Djokovic's hometown Belgrade.