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.

He said, “I was told by my team, I don’t know whether unfortunately or fortunately that these are normal pains, I have to take the positive things that I can find each day, in my tennis, movement, physique and keep on working.” The former world number three tennis player withdrew from the Miami Open as well as from Indian Wells tournaments this month. He said, he will continue his recovery from a continued knee injury, on Thursday.

He curtailed his season last year in August after battling with the injury through the grass court campaign, and it ended with exit in the opening round at the Queen’s Club and Wimbledon. He returned to competition at the Australian Open in January has to exit in the second round.

Wawrinka said in a statement. “They both were amazing events, but after coming back from such a big surgery and having played a few tournaments, I have talked to my team that it is good for me to build on the progress and move back to practice”.