Recently, the 2020 US Open ended and now fans are looking forward to the next Grand Slam – the French Open. However, unfortunately, one player will be absent from this event: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
The Frenchman is struggling with a back injury that forced him to leave the Australian Open 2020. And unfortunately he was unable to recover in time. This is why he withdrew from the French Open and also from the remaining 2020 events. He was obviously upset about it, but now he is looking forward to 2021. She said,
“2020 is to be forgotten. But I still have the morale, the anger, the desire and the motivation to return in 2021, hoping that things evolve positively. Finding the fields and fighting against all these incredible players would be a dream … Thanks friends for all your support. “
2020 is to be forgotten 😢
But I still have the morale, the anger, the desire and the motivation to return in 2021, hoping that things will evolve positively 🙏🏽
Finding the fields and fighting against all these incredible players would be a dream … 💪🏽
Thanks friends for all your support 😘 pic.twitter.com/jJHjOmbyt8
– Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (@ tsonga7) September 16, 2020
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in search of form
At one time, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was one of the toughest players on the ATP Tour. He has beaten many of the best players and has even reached the latter stages of the Grand Slam on numerous occasions. However, everything has changed since 2017.
Since then he has suffered many injuries which is why he is now number 49 in the world. Whereas he was once on the number. 5 in the world, is definitely not happy with this. And returning to the top will be his biggest goal when he returns in 2021.
It is too early for him to decide which event he will play right now, but everyone can expect him to see him at the Australian Open. He has fond memories of the event when he reached the final in 2008. And hopefully he will finally get his hands on the trophy when he plays there.
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