PARIS, FRANCE – MAY 30: Dominic Thiem of Austria reacts during match against Pablo Andujar of Spain in the first round of the men singles at the French Open Tennis Tournament at Roland Garros in Paris, France on May 30, 2021.
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Dominic Thiem (German pronunciation: [ˈdɔmɪnɪk ˈtiːm]; born 3 September 1993) is an Austrian professional tennis player. He has been ranked as high as world No. 3 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals, which he first achieved in March 2020.
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Former US Open champion Dominic Thiem has issued a statement after he confirmed he has split with members of his backroom staff after a challenging 2021. Thiem has struggled with injuries through this year and his now former physiotherapist Alex Stober going public to express his disappointment after he was informed he was no longer rerquired by the Austrian star.
Flashback - 10 years ago today: Dominic Thiem sends Thomas Muster to ATP pension. On October 25, 2011 there was the first and only duel between the now two most successful tennis players from Austria: Dominic Thiem , then 18, ended the ATP career of 44-year-old comeback player Thomas Muster . tennisnet looks back - with the original text. twitter.
Dominic Thiem shares heartfelt message after early defeat in Paris. The Austrian lost in the Roland Garros first round for the first time in his career.
Dominic Thiem: Back at the court & waiting for Novavax. Dominic Thiem has invited Austria's media landscape to a "round table" in St. Lorenz am Mondsee to talk about his injury, his comeback plans and the big issue of COVID vaccination. Dominic Thiem already had to draw a line under a messed up 2021 season a few weeks ago.
It has been a while since Dominic Thiem lifted a racket, but he will soon be able to “slowly start playing tennis again” after it was confirmed that he won’t need surgery on his injured wrist.
Dominic Thiem is back on court after suffering a right wrist injury last month. Well, sort of. The Austrian posted on Instagram on Tuesday that he is "finally back on court". However, the World No. 6 is not back to full tennis activites. Thiem hit lefty forehands, one-handed lefty backhands, lefty volleys and completed a series of footwork drills.