Belgian Tennis star David Goffin to miss rest of 2021 season due to injury
David Goffin, a Belgian tennis star and one of the rising stars in men’s singles, has been forced to miss most of next year after suffering an injury. The 26-year old was diagnosed with inflammation around his left knee as he nears completion on both ATP Tour commitments for this season before undergoing surgery later this month.
David Goffin is a Belgian tennis player who recently began gaining recognition by breaking into the top ten rankings amongst male players at just 23 years old during 2016 having won several titles including four Masters 1000 tournaments and reaching two Grand Slam semi finals. He suffered from pain in his right Achilles tendon earlier last week which led him to visit New York based foot specialist Dr Warren J Brown II where it was revealed that
Belgian Tennis star David Goffin has announced that he will miss the rest of the 2021 season due to injury. The world number 12 was initially diagnosed with a pelvic fracture, but later it became clear that Goffin had sustained an avulsion fracture in his right ankle as well. This means there is no timetable for when or even if he could return before 2020 begins and this would mark another setback after missing most of 2019 because of injuries also
Belgian tennis star David Goffin has announced that he will be out indefinitely from playing competitively following an injury diagnosis earlier today (Wednesday). Initial reports stated Mr.Goffn suffered what looked like just one fractured bone, which turned into two once further examinations were done by doctors