Can we see the powerful forehand of Dominique Thiem (Australia), who was once the world’s top player and ‘ranked 3rd in the world’, once again?
On the 8th (local time), the Mexico Acapulco Open (ATP 500), which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, granted Dominique Thiem a wild card. The team won the championship in 2016 by beating Kei Nishikori (Japan).
In response, the team congratulated them on the social network broadcast of the tournament, saying, “Congratulations on the 30th anniversary of the tournament. This is a great number and I want to go here quickly.”
The team won the 2020 US Open trophy안전놀이터, becoming the first Grand Slam trophy born in the 1990s. In particular, he was once called the ‘next-generation mud god’ and showed off his peak skills to the point of threatening the Big 3, but after winning a major tournament, he fell into a long slump due to depression and wrist injuries due to lack of goal consciousness.
The team, which fell to 352nd in the world rankings, recorded good results in the tour in the second half of last year and entered the TOP 100 once again, rising to 96th.
However, the team was eliminated in the first round of the preliminary round by losing to Sunwoo Kwon (Dangjin City Hall) in the first round of the Adelaide International (ATP 250), the first tournament of this season. showed no recovery at all.
Recently, he participated in the Davis Cup and was responsible for two singles, but was unable to prevent Austria’s defeat by losing to Borna Tzoric and Borna Gozo in succession.
The team, which had come down a lot from its heyday, promised to return to its former self.
“It’s disappointing that I couldn’t help Austria win the Davis Cup against Croatia. I know it’s not easy with everyone supporting me lately. But I will go back to my best self. If everyone supports me there You’ll go faster and feel better.”