Tommy Paul withdraws from upcoming Monte Carlo masters due to injury in Miami Open

Tommy Paul withdraws from the Monte Carlo Masters tournament after suffering from an ankle injury in the Miami Open.

Aiman Sharma
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There have been some talented tennis players in the United States of America. The likes of John Mcenroe, Andre Agassi and the Williams sisters are the major tennis stars we appreciate. Even today we are getting some great American tennis players who are rising in the ATP rankings. We saw the great show from Danielle Collins in the Miami Open finals and Taylor Fritz is one of the upcoming stars right now as well.

Another promising American Tennis player we came across is Tommy Paul. The 26-year-old net rusher is known for his incredible forehand strokes. Paul was finally coming into his element when he reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open last season. Paul had won 2 career titles and made it into the top 20 ranked ATP players. There were big things planned for the 26-year-old players in the future.

Tommy Paul withdraws from Monte Carlo masters

Tommy Paul was finally reaching his peak and was also playing the Miami Open. Unfortunately, Paul, suffered an injury while playing Martin Damm in the second round. This injury led to him forfeiting the game. However, the luck for Paul has turned from bad to worse as his ankle is still not in the best shape. Paul has officially withdrawn from the upcoming Monte Carlo Masters to start this season. It is a bad phase in Paul’s career, he will have to wait a long time to recover and be back to his best.

This might result in a long break for Paul, who was finally getting some momentum in his career. He was continuing to give some great performances and we were hoping to see him come back. This is a tough period for the promising tennis player and his team and coaches will want him to get back on his feet. This might be a phase that will see a lot of struggle, but also a lot of learning for Paul as he still has some time in the game.


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