Stan Wawrinka closes in on return

Save

Stan Wawrinka says returning to action in Rome next week is the goal, after pulling out of Madrid as a precaution.

“I lost 10 days’ training because of a calf injury,” Wawrinka said Thursday as he confirmed his presence in Gstaad, after Wimbledon. “The knee is holding up. I’m convinced I’m seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.”

Sponsored

He called upon former coach Magnus Norman for a two-week training block. “After that, we’ll see,” he said.

Wawrinka’s schedule is a work in progress. He’s not ruling out Switzerland’s Davis Cup playoff tie in September.

Recommended Stories

Find a court anywhere in the world with Playven

Contest winners enjoy the NY experience

Crystal Cruises CEO Rodriguez loves Venus Williams

Roger Federer is back, and in the news

Errani doping suspension appeal denied

Novak Djokovic takes wild card into Queen’s Club

WTA Rankings Report – June 11, 2018

ATP Rankings Report – June 11, 2018

Coaching carousel continues as Ostapenko, Taylor part

Comments