During a recent sponsor appearance in New York, Andre Agassi revealed why we haven’t seen Novak Djokovic back on a tennis court.
Speaking to ESPN, Agassi said the Serb’s issue back in July was a fractured elbow.
“He’s done fantastic work in making sure he’s over his injury once and for all, which was a fracture in the elbow,” Agassi said. “We’ll know in a week from now if that’s fully behind him, which is great. He’s used the time [off tour] to train — a lot.”
So according to Agassi, we should know on Djokovic’s status in the next week or so on how his recovery is going. He is still entered into the Abu Dhabi exo at the start of the year.
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