Jerzy Janowicz Gives Positive Injury Update Ahead Of Tennis Comeback
Jerzy Janowicz gives a more positive update ahead of his return to tennis in July.
Jerzy Janowicz gives a more positive injury update as he prepares for his comeback at the Sopot challenger in July.
A few weeks ago the Pole set out his plans for his tennis comeback as he confirmed his participation at the Sopot Open on the 30th of July. The former Wimbledon semi-finalist explained that he would give tennis one more go as he has been suffering an ‘incurable’ knee injury. The Pole claimed that if the knee doesn’t hold up in just over a month’s time, then he would have to quit the sport.
However fast-forward two weeks and Janowicz has provided his fans with a more positive update on his knee injury, with the following video:
The message translates to the following in English:
“I’m back! Preparing to return! Keep your fingers crossed for everything to go according to plan. 30 July – the first tournament will be played in Sopot. Well. I’m sure we’ll get back to the top 20.”
This is much more positive news for fans of Janowicz as it looks like he is confident of a successful return as he looks to return to his best form. Hopefully his return will be a positive fan as many people will not want to see the Pole end his career so soon as he brings a lot of personality to the court as well as a big and powerful game.
The Sopot challenger starts from the 30th of July, with Janowicz playing singles and doubles at the event.