Urgency: Sinner At Risk Of His Career Due To

With specialists advising extreme prudence, Jannik Sinner has a big decision to make regarding his participation in the 2024 Roland Garros.

Sinner had a hip injury late last month while participating at the Madrid Open, from which he is presently healing. He had to pull out of the competition before his quarterfinal match.

Since then, the 22-year-old has made the decision not to participate in the Italian Open, which is the final clay-court ATP 1000 event before the French Open. Sinner clarified that he was not adhering to his regular schedule and was instead performing low-intensity training in Monaco.

As a courtesy call to the competition, he flew to Italy to meet with a few of his supporters at the Foro Italico. He gave inside information about his workout regimen and the extent of his injury to the media in his native nation.

The Italian football team Juventus’ medical facility, J|Medical in Turin, is where the Australian Open winner has been receiving rehabilitation. While they heal from injuries, sportsmen can take use of this center’s top-notch amenities and gear.

To get him ready for Roland Garros, his trainer Umberto Ferrara and physiotherapist Giacomo Naldi are working nonstop. It was anticipated that Sinner’s stay in Turin would end on Wednesday. The Italian sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that additional testing would be done in relation to the hip issue.

The source adds that Sinner’s participation in Roland Garros will be decided later this week, although the Italian’s team of experts believes it would be preferable if he stayed away from the race.

In a recent interview in Rome, Sinner was forthright in saying that if he felt unprepared, he would not play in the clay Slam. Despite the fact that the damage is not life-threatening, doctors advise caution because the affected joints are sensitive. The World No. 2 is undoubtedly out of time.

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