Is it news anymore to report that Tommy Haas is injured? Newsworthy or not, the German is sadly again injured.
Haas, ranked 18 on the ATP, just underwent surgery on his right hip last Friday in Vail, Colorado.
“I had to have the operation now. The pain was simply too great,” Haas wrote on his website.
His agent Lars Schriewer also said: “Tommy has been operated upon by the best medical doctor in this field (Dr. Marc J. Philippon). He is in the best of hands. Every thing else remains to be seen.”
Some reports have Haas out as long as six months following this latest setback. I have to doubt that Haas, who turns 32 next month, will ever make it back to the Top 10.
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