Kwon Soon-woo, who missed the US Open due to Shapovalov’s knee injury, “needs more time” won the final round

On the 17th, Dennis Shapovalov (Canada), who is ranked 10th in the world, announced through his X (formerly Twitter) that he would miss the US Open (New York, USA), the last four tournaments of this season, which opens on the 28th, due to a knee injury. did.

The 24-year-old Shapovalov, who has played in 13 tournaments so far this season and has never reached the quarterfinals, reached the round of 16 at Wimbledon last month, but has since missed the event due to a knee injury. Even after entering the North American Hard Court Series, he never played on tour. He seems to have judged that his recovery would be delayed ahead of the US Open.안전놀이터

In his updated X, Shapovalov said, “I did my best to play at the US Open in 100% condition, but unfortunately I had to give up because my knee needed more time to recover. The energy of the Grand Slam, especially in New York, is elsewhere. “It’s something you can’t taste in the 2018 season, and it’s really unfortunate that I can’t play in front of those wonderful fans this year.”

Shortly after Wimbledon, Shapovalov announced his engagement to female tennis player Miriam Bjorklund (Sweden).

Meanwhile, Kwon Soon-woo (Dangjin City Hall), who was on standby for the finals, won the right to participate in the US Open finals due to Shapovalov’s withdrawal from the competition. Soon-Woo Kwon has qualified for the US Open for the fifth year in a row.

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