The former world number 3 prefers to ignore it. Dominic Thiem announced on the networks his decision to give up the Australian Open from January 17 to 30. He put forward his desire to regain his full physical shape before returning to the courts.
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Raonic out for the Australian Open
12/24/2021 At 4:48 PM
The Austrian, a 2020 Australian Grand Slam finalist, has suffered an injury to his right wrist for the past six months and then recently suffered a cold from Dubai. He has chosen to take his time to resume competition and will launch his 2022 clay season on the Argentina side at the end of January as he explained in his message.
“I will start the season at the Cordoba Open in Argentina at the end of January. So I will not be competing in the Australian Open this year in Melbourne, a city that I love and where I have wonderful memories. matches in front of a fantastic crowd. I will miss the Aussie fans but I’ll be back in 2023. We think it’s the right decision to make to get back to the competition as well as possible. “
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