According to Argentine press, Juan Martin Del Potro was dealing with more than his opponent on Saturday when he was upset by Tobias Kamke in the second round of the Miami Sony Open.
Via translation, Del Potro revealed that he wasn’t in the best of moods on that day because of a health issue with a family member. He added that he didn’t want to make excuses, but he wasn’t focused on tennis on that.
The press also reported that the former US Open champion will use this break to take care of a grade 1 sprain to his left wrist (not the surgically repair right one). His next event is Estoril on April 29.
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