“During the next month we’ll be doing training with a lot of physiotherapy combined with hydrotherapy and laser and we’ll see how he progresses.
We believe that within two months the tendon will be in what we consider a normal state.
In a month’s time, if the tests and his progress are positive, he can get back to work on the court.
But that’s not the main goal, that is for the tendon to recover with the same strength it had.
It won’t necessarily drag on, this injury.
He wants to play when he can do so in perfect condition and not just for one tournament but to have continuity.
When they tell you you can’t play such important tournaments you are never pleased but now he is keen to recover and return as soon as possible.”