Dominic Thiem Gives An Important Update Ahead Of ATP Finals 2020 London


Dominic Thiem

The ongoing 2020 season might be one of the best time in Dominic Thiem ’s professional tennis career. Austrian has registered the most outstanding achievements in the history book.

While Thiem is ranked top three in the ATP ranking list, he won his first Grand Slam title at the US Open. However, the world number three announced that he recovered from his foot injury and gets ready for the upcoming ATP Finals 2020 in London.

In the past three months, the 27-years-old has competed at the several tournaments and different surfaces. As a result, Thiem got injured on his foot while playing at his back yard, Vienna Open 2020. Followed by, he decided to skip this year the Rolex Paris Masters event as well.

Dominic Thiem

Even though, Injury scare for Dominic ahead of the ATP Finals 2020, he began his practice sessions a few days ago. 

Meanwhile, Thiem recently wrote on his website, “Nothing is quiet in fall – the last weeks have been busy. After losing in the quarterfinal at my home tournament in Vienna, I recovered from my foot injury. It took me two, three days to recover; then I started my preparation for the final in London at the O2 Arena.”

“On Wednesday I am Leaving For London”: Dominic Thiem  

The ATP Finals 2020 will take place from 15th November to 22nd November at the O2 Arena, London. Unfortunately, the players will have forced to compete without spectators due to the ongoing pandemic. However, 2019 runner up, Dominic Thiem is ready to show his best class of tennis this year as well. 

Dominic Thiem

Thiem continued, “On Wednesday I am leaving for London with a “mini-team”. The final goal of 2020.”

Recalling his last year performance at O2 Arena, Dominic went on to say, “The memories of the previous year are nice! During the group phase, I beat Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. I beat Alexander Zverev in the semi-final. Then I had that 6:7 in the third set against Stefanos Tsitipas. It was just a few points that decided to heaven or hell.”

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