According to L’Equipe, German tennis star Alexander Zverev could be out for six to eight weeks. In the semifinals of the French Open, Zverev severely sprained his ankle and had to withdraw from Rafael Nadal. Zverev began to cry in pain after the injury, apparently very. Missing at least six weeks means Zverev will have to miss the entire grass season, including Wimbledon. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon 2022 Tickets from our website.

This week, L’Equipe reported that Zverev hopes to play in August and be well prepared for the US Open. Zverev announced on Tuesday evening that he had undergone ankle surgery.

Alexander Zverev could be out for six to eight weeks
Alexander Zverev could be out for six to eight weeks

Zverev tore multiple ligaments in the ankle

Zverev shared an update about the injury on Instagram last weekend.

“Hello everyone! I’m on my way home now. Based on the initial medical exams, I seem to have torn several lateral ligaments in my right foot. I’m flying to Germany on Monday for further tests and to determine what’s best for me to recover and the fastest way.”

“I want to thank everyone around the world for the sweet messages your support means a lot to me now I have received them since yesterday. Many thanks to my friends at @goodwill_private_aviation for looking after me in this particular situation.”

Until next time @rolandgarros! Zverev wrote on Instagram: A very unhappy and disappointing end to Zverev’s French Open. I will try to keep you informed of further developments.

In Paris, Zverev admitted that he was 25 years old and that he had no excuses. After a strong season in 2021, Zverev said his big goal for 2022 is to win at least one major and be at the top of the list. Six months into the 2022 season, Zverev has yet to reach his goals. It remains to be seen when Zverev will be able to return to the game.

Alexander Zverev’s cruel setback at Wimbledon 2022 after a fear injury

World No. 3 Alexander Zverev will miss Wimbledon and will be sidelined for up to 20 minutes after suffering a serious ankle injury in his French Open semi-final clash with Rafael Nadal, according to reports eight weeks ago.

The German suffered an ankle injury at the end of a two-set fight with eventual champion Nadal in Paris. Tennis spectators watched in horror as Zverev screamed in pain as Nadal ran to the net to check on his opponent.

Zverev was quickly taken off the field before returning on crutches to wave goodbye to the fans. The Tokyo Olympic champion has revealed that he has torn “several” lateral ligaments in his right foot and is unlikely to return to Wimbledon in three weeks. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon Final Tickets from our website.

Alexander Zverev suffered an ankle injury at the end of a two-set fight with eventual champion Nadal
Alexander Zverev suffered an ankle injury at the end of a two-set fight with eventual champion Nadal

“I’m on my way home now,” he wrote in an Instagram post.

“Based on the initial physical, it appears that I tore several lateral ligaments in my right foot.

“I will fly to Germany on Monday for further checks and determine the best and fastest way to get me back.”

“I want to thank everyone around the world for the sweet messages, your support means a lot to me I have received it since yesterday.”

Now the French publication L’Equipe reports that the German will miss 6-8 weeks due to an injury. While that excludes him from Wimbledon if he returns. He will be able to play some hard court games ahead of the US Open.

In a video message posted after the game, the German said: “It looks like my injury is serious.

“It was clearly a good game until something happened. Today was a very tough moment for me on the pitch it happened.

“Of course, I want to congratulate Rafael. It’s a great achievement, a 14th final, hopefully, he can go to the limit and make more history.”

Alexander Zverev rises in the world ranking

After Nadal’s victory at Roland Garros and beating Djokovic in the quarter-finals. The Serb dropped to third place in the world, with Russian Daniil Medvedev in the first place.

All Medvedev was unable to play because the All England Club banned Russian and Belarusian athletes from Wimbledon. German Alexander Zverev increases to second place in the world rankings. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon 2022 Tickets from our website.

German Alexander Zverev will miss Wimbledon 2022,
German Alexander Zverev will miss Wimbledon 2022

But given that Zverev will most likely miss Wimbledon 2022. Djokovic could still be number 1 at the Grand Slam in a few weeks.

It is worth noting that since 2003, none of Federer, Nadal, Djokovic or Andy Murray has held the No. 1 or No. 2 position in the world.

World No. 1 Swiatek and four former champions lead the Wimbledon 2022 entry list

French Open champion Iga Swiatek will continue her dominance at Wimbledon 202. While former champions Garbine Muguruza, Simone Halep, Angelique Kerber and Petra Kvitova are also on the entry list.

After his dominance on hard and clay, world No. 1 Iga Swiatek will turn his attention to grass when Wimbledon 2022 kicks off on June 27.

Swiatek, 21, is currently on a 35-game winning streak and is tied for the longest time with Venus Williams this century. Her most recent win was her second title at the French Open last week. She tops the tournament’s entry list, having previously been the 2019 women’s singles champion.

“Honorably, I always wanted to set some kind of record, I might think it’s weird. But to get the 35th win and do more than Serena is special,” Swiatek told reporters. “In tennis, it was very hard after Serena’s career. So it was really hard for me.”

Just entering his sixth month of the year. The 21-year-old has already started putting together one of the most important seasons of the 21st century. She has already won more than any last season and the winning deficit is untouchable. She has won 56 of her last 58 tennis matches and has still lost no more than five of her last nine Tour finals. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon Tickets from our website.

Swiatek is currently on a 35-game winning streak and is tied for the longest time
Swiatek is currently on a 35-game winning streak and is tied for the longest time

Last year, Swiatek reached the fourth round of Wimbledon for the first time, losing in three sets to Ons Jabeur.

Four former Wimbledon champions are also on the list: Petra Kvitova (2011, 2014), Angelique Kerber (2018) 2019), Garbiñe Muguruza (2017), and Simone Halep (2019).

Seven-time champion Serena Williams, currently No. 1223, and five-time champion Venus Williams, currently No. 571, did not use their protected rankings to enter the race.

However, 2020 Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin has entered through a protected ranking. The Americans have not played since Indian Wells in March due to an ankle injury.

A total of 12 Grand Slam winners took to the field. These include Naomi Osaka, Barbora Krejcikova, Bianca Andreescu, Jelena Ostapenko, and Sloane Stephens. Defending champion Emma Raducanu also returns to the podium where she broke through in the fourth round last year.

Coco Goff, who lost to Swiatek in the final of the French Open, is also on the program. She has reached the fourth round in her previous two All England competitions (2019 and 2021).

Also on the entry list are two former Wimbledon finalists: 2014’s runner-up Eugenie Bouchard and last year’s Karolina Pliskova. Current top 10 players Anett Kontaveit, Paula Badosa, Jessica Pegula, Maria Sakkari, Ons Jabeur, and Danielle Collins also made the list.

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