Paris: Two-time French Open finalist Dominic Thiem crashed out of the tournament in the first round at Roland Garros after losing to Bolivian world number 87 Hugo Dellien here on Sunday. Dellien broke Thiem four times to register an impressive 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 victory in a two-hour and one-minute clash at Court Simonne Mathieu, capitalising […]
"I'm going to do everything the doctors say in order to recover as quickly as possible," Thiem said in the note which he posted on all social media platforms. "They've informed me that I might be out for several weeks, but I will do my best to be back on court soon."
"I always said before this tournament that it would be an amazing story if, here in London, where the tournament was for (12) years, that the first champion would be Russian and the last champion would be Russian, too," Medvedev said
On Sunday, 12-time champion Nadal produced another ruthless and dominant display as he dropped four games to complete a 6-1, 6-1, 6-2 win over American qualifier Sebastian Korda on Court Philippe-Chatrier.