According To Stan Wawrinka Her Recent Knee Pain Is Not To Worry About

Stanislas Wawrinka took retirement from professional tennis with knee problems developed during his third-round match at Marseille. He said that he was experiencing a typical reaction and he did not have a fresh injury.

The player is now 32-year-old was playing his fourth event after coming back from double knee surgery in the year 2017. He said “I hit a forehand volley at 3-3 and there was a slight contact with the knee. The 1st two days of practice had been good, but the matches are not like practice sessions because of the tension, the nerves and I felt that difference during the match.” Though frustrated because of unplanned retirement, Wawrinka was happy looking at his improvement during this week as well as his last two events at Rotterdam and Sofia.
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Swiss tennis star Stan Wawrinka is able to walk again as he seeks to make a comeback to the game.

The Grand Slam winner took a step in the right direction as he ditches his crutches he has sued for a month and half, according to report.

The tennis star underwent a surgery back in Mid-August but he has revealed that crutches are out of the way. He tweeted from his profile on Twittter: ‘Bye Crutches…hopefully see you never again!!’ adding several emojis. After struggling with keeping his foot on the ground and walking around the house, his situation has improved and is believed would continue in that light until he gets fully fit again.

There are still no clear reports if Wawrinka would resume in early 2018 as most other sidelined stars plan. Until last year, he usually started his year in Chennaiand then Brisbane before the Australian Open. Read more »


US Open champ StanislasWawrinka would not be around to defend his title at this year’s event as he is set to undergo a surgery on his knee.

The Swiss is not expected to return to action for the rest of the year.

“I am sad to announce that after talking with my team and doctor I had to make a difficult decision to undergo a medical intervention on my knee. This was the only solution to make sure I will be able to compete at the top level for many more years,” the player posted on his official Facebook account.

He reached the last four at the 2017 Australian Open and made the final of Roland Garros before losing to Spaniard RafaNadal. Unfortunately such brilliant form fell flat when he was knocked out in the first round of Wimbledon by Danil Medvedev. He was expected to bounce back at the US Open but he would not be featuring at all. Read more »


French David and Fed Cup team skipper Yannick Noah has asked that players connect to the crowd more in games. He fingered Swiss star Stan Wawrinka as a player that should develop in this regard.

Wawrinka won the 2015 Roland Garros but he faces a tougher task this year with the form of RafaNadal, NovalDjokovic’s clay dominance, Roger Federer’s comeback and Andy Murray’s consistency.

“He should relax a little bit. When he won a few years ago he had some bad shorts like if he had to go on the beach. It only missed the mouthpiece and it would have been great! No really, it wasn’t so great. Stan needs to make an effort and get closer to the crowd. Do something man,” the 1983 Roland Garros winner advised. Read more »


Grand slam winner Stanislas Wawrinka has been knocked out of the Dubai Tennis Championship.

The second seed returned to the sport after a knee injury threat that forced him to pull out from the Rotterdam Open. He faced world no. 77 Damir Dzumhur but he lost 7-6 (7-4), 6-3.

Since his frustrating semi final loss to eventual winner and compatriot Roger Federer, the Swiss was playing his first game. He was inconsistent in his performance due to his rustiness, which the Bosnia international took advantage of. Dzumhur’s victory will now set him up against Spain international Marcel Granollers in the next stage.

In other games, Federer cruised past Benoit Paire. Roberto Bautista, Lucas Rouille and Dan Evans also qualified from round one. Evans – a top three star in Britain – defeated Dustin Brown but he would meet French star Gael Monfils, who ended Egypt international Mohammed Safwat’s run in the Middle East. Read more »


The next edition of the Davis Cup will begin next year, on February 3.

The 2017 edition of the competition, which would be the 106th so far, may not feature the likes of Stanislas Wawrinka, who wants to focus his energy on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) calendar.

The Tennis star will prefer to focus more on winning individual trophies than combining with the rest of the Swiss team for the 2017 Davis Cup. He therefore reiterates that his focus will be more on ensuring he has a successful season next year.

Wawrinka had an uneven pitch on the courts but came off with wins in four tournaments a total of 46 wins and 18 losses, including in the US Open title.

In an interview for a local media, Wawrinka had said,

“Right now Davis Cup is not one of my priorities. As I see it, it will be difficult to take part in that tournament.”

The first round of the Silver Bowl, which will commence on from February 3-5, will feature the Swiss side before their United States counterpart. Read more »