The Kitzbühel finalist has withdrawn his wildcard participation in the ongoing ATP tennis tournament in Winston-Salem due to health reasons due to a gastrointestinal illness. Originally, the former number three in the world rankings was supposed to play against Arthur Rinderknecht in the first round of this American event on Tuesday night (Central European Time). They defeated the French in the quarter-finals of Kitzbühel earlier in the month.
But nothing came of the result. Now Thiem has to keep moving. Six days before the start of the US Open, the Lower Austrian is struggling with his health. The 2020 US Open winner, who celebrates his 30th birthday in less than a week on Sunday, is suffering from “some sort of gastritis”, his brother and manager Moritz confirmed on Tuesday.
Moritz was able to determine whether the ex-US Open champion’s appearance was in jeopardy Thyme Don’t respond with “We’re trying to get it under control. I can’t say much more right now.”
Thyme And his crew is already in New York. The Kitzbühel finalists had to cancel their appearance at their New York dress rehearsal in Winston-Salem on short notice. Thyme Struggling with this problem for a long time. “He’s had it for a while,” said his manager.