French Open – Félix Auger-Aliassime after being out against Fabio Fognini: “I just have to finally get well again”

He tried to warm up and had a doctor check him up. “But after a set with cramps, I practically couldn’t move,” said the Canadian. Opponent Fognini had a relatively easy game.

Auger-Aliassime said: “It doesn’t feel good. I’ve been playing on painkillers but that should be better.”

On May 25, the Canadian was unable to compete against Arthur Fils in the quarter-finals at the ATP 250 in Lyon. The reason: since May 22, the 22-year-old has felt pain in his right shoulder.

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Before that, he injured his left knee in early April and was unable to take part in the ATP tournament in his Monte Carlo home. During the recovery phase, Auger-Aliassime got his driver’s license – recovery looks different.

His summary after the early end at Roland Garros: “I just have to finally get well again.”

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2023-05-30 14:31:00
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