Badosa: “If I get to Wimbledon it won’t be one hundred percent”


In the previous tournament Rome, Paula Badosa suffered a stress fracture in the spine which caused him to miss Roland Garros. Today, in the middle of the fight to recover, he gave an interview to ‘El Larguero’ from ‘Cadena SER’ in which he defined his options to reach the next big one on the calendar: Wimbledon.

“The doctors told me it was a minimum of eight weeks (low) and five have passed. I said I want to go to Wimbledon, but I know if I get there it won’t be 100%, mostly because it’s only about a week and a half away and I haven’t been on the tennis court yet.”Paula’s statement.

“I am giving everything I need to recover as soon as possible, I am here with all the doctors who are looking for solutions and the wound healed quickly, luckily”he added, revealing this weekend that he wants to try to get back into track training: “I want to try to get back on track this weekend to adapt little by little, but we’ll see if everything goes well and I don’t feel any pain.”

“As a player it’s hard to accept it, but I’m trying, I’m pushing, it’s a tournament that makes me happy. In the end I haven’t played any Grand Slam this season and that’s mentally hard. for me. The decision depends on the last word of the doctor, to see if there is a risk that everything will get worse, in that case I will not play.”argued Badosa, who had a first half of the year marked by injuries.

The Catalan tennis player born in Manhattan (New York, United States), emphasized the many hours of recovery work he does in his daily work during this time: “This life as a injured person, or as a ‘non-tennis player’ , is very different, but I also tell you that I am not stopping treatment. It’s crazy, like 6-7 hours a day. I start in the morning with all the work and I don’t finish until 6:00 pm And then, at home I continue ”.

Source: La Verdad


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