The three-time Grand Slam champion, the Swiss Stan wawrinka, has announced that he has undergone surgery to solve a problem with his left foot, which will keep him out of the ATPP circuit for several weeks.
“After having some problems with my left foot for a while, I have decided to do a little intervention,” says Wawrinka in a tweet accompanied by a photo of him in a hospital bed.
“All went well. I’ll be away for a few weeks, but I can’t wait to start training again soon, ”he adds.
Wawrinka underwent knee surgery after his last ATP title in 2017 and struggled with injuries until 2018, during which his ranking dropped to 263. He is currently in 21st place.
Wawrinka lost in the second round of the Australian Open last month, before falling into the knockout stages in Rotterdam Y Doha at the beginning of this March.
His trainer, Daniel Vallverdu, said in December that the 35-year-old Lausanne player is ready to live one last successful boost in his career.
For now, to regain fitness and resume the rhythm of competition. He has already dropped out of clay court tournaments in Marbella, Monte Carlo and Belgrade.