Our friends at Betway have spoken with Winston Kim & Adam Hoad-Reddick, who outlined the challenges and issues with the tennis ace returning from an operation that is normally performed on people who have passed the age of 50. The piece is insightful, and really highlights issues with Andy targeting to return playing singles at the US Open. The below interview and graphic is taken from the Betway Insider.
A closer look at Djokovic’s, Federer’s, and Nadal’s varyingly-difficult paths to the title
Will the WTA’s Wimbledon elite rise to the occasion again, or will someone new join their ranks?
by Steve Tignor
Former world number one Boris Becker has called on tennis players under the age of 28 to “show up” and start challenging for Grand Slam titles.
With Nadal winning the French Open, the last 10 Slams have been won by either the 33-year-old, Novak Djokovic, 32, or Roger Federer, 37.
Dominic Thiem, 25, is the only male player currently aged under 28 to have reached a Grand Slam final.
With the 2019 French Open set to kick off Sunday in Paris (5 a.m. ET), SI’s tennis experts and writers Jon Wertheim, Stanley Kay, Jamie Lisanti and Daniel Rapaport pick winners, discuss this year’s top storylines, highlight must-watch matches and more.
The ousting of the ATP chairman will leave a vacuum at the top of the sport at a time when strong leadership is required
This is the story of a pointless coup. Engineered by Novak Djokovic and facilitated by a small group in the ATP players’ council, it has delivered up the head of the association, Chris Kermode, one of the most innovative administrators in sport, leaving tennis in a perilous limbo at the very time it needs strong leadership.