Dominic Thiem won the US Open in 2020 but missed eight months of action due to a wrist injury in the middle of 2021.
Despite beginning his Australian Open preparations with a loss at the Kooyong Classic, former finalist Dominic Thiem declared on Tuesday that he was healthy and prepared to have an effect.
In a 6-4, 6-4 loss to Australia’s Alex de Minaur at Kooyong, the 2020 finalist at Melbourne Park, who is now ranked 99 in the world while he recovers from a wrist injury, displayed some of his greatest play.
The 29-year-old Thiem won the US Open in 2020 but missed eight months of action due to an injury to his right wrist in the middle of 2021.
The Austrian, who forced Novak Djokovic to play five sets in the 2020 Australian Open final, stated, “The body is healthy, and last year was a nice step in the right direction.