In a lengthy post last week on the blogging platform medium, Juan Martin del Potro outlined his plan for recovery, vowing that after three surgeries on left his wrist in the last year, he will return to tennis.
“I keep working on my recovery with dedication and determination,” del Potro wrote. “As I wrote in my previous post, it’s a long process. Today I’m following this path of training and wrist rehab, a path that finishes playing competitive tennis. All the effort I’m making since I took the decision of undergoing surgery for the last time will end up in a comeback. The only question mark is the date of my return. There’s no doubt I will play again, the only doubt is when and where.”
Later in the week del Potro revealed that he could be back on court as early as January or February.
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