Various news outlets are reporting tonight that US Open champion Juan Martin Del Potro will be out of tennis action for the next four weeks because of continued tendinitis problems in his right wrist.
The injury will force him out of Marseille and his Davis Cup tie against Argentina on March 5. It’s the same what that hurt him at the Australian Open and at the end of last year.
The BBC in fact is reporting the 21-year-old could be out as long as two months! That would mean missing Indian Wells and Miami.
I’m a fan of his and I was looking forward to seeing him play here in the U.S. next month. I hope he still does but all this doesn’t sound too good.
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