Commentator: “It made sense why Dominic Thiem lost.”

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Dominic Thiem is struggling mightily to regain his prior level, and thus far he has slipped well behind. In the opening round of the Rio Open, when he was defeated by the Brazilian Thiago Monteiro, the 29-year-old Austrian tennis player, who is ranked 96th in the world, said goodbye once more.

Since breaking his wrist more than a year ago, Thiem has been unable to regain the form that helped him win a Grand Slam. “To go back to the core of things, I need time. On this surface, the match is won by the player who controls the points coming in from the bottom.

Although the trip is taking longer than expected, I don’t worry about it because I’m trying to perform my best on the track and focus only on the present. Returning will take some time, but I’m striving toward an evolution so that the outcomes are apparent “, the Austrian said following his defeat in the ATP 500 of Brazil.

This season, Thiem has competed in a total of four tournaments, winning just one. Just in the Argentina Open did he reach the second round; in the other three, including the Australian Open, he was eliminated in the first round.

Now that he will participate again the following week, it appears to be a well-kept secret that the Austrian will play in the Acapulco Open once more—a competition that he has previously won. The Austrian has attempted to regain feelings as quickly as possible under the direction of Chilean coach Nicolás Mass.

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Injuries to Thiem’s wrist occurred in the second half of 2021.

During an exchange on the Tennis Channel-Inside Chizever discussed Dominic Thiem‘s challenging journey in a podcast.

“That is really agonizing to watch. Instead of being so critical of Thiem, I feel terrible and believe that his battle reveals so much about how hard tennis is “said he. “I concur that Thiem will never again rank among the top 10 players according to the ATP rankings.

I observed him playing indoor tennis in the Davis Cup. He does not want to be there, therefore. It was a good loss when he was defeated by Borna Coric. To Borna Gojo, he fell short. Not a huge loss, at least on paper. Yet, after watching it, I realized why he lost “Chizever observed.

Commentator: “It made sense why Dominic Thiem lost.”
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