In Auckland, Raducano unintentionally sprained his ankle in the round of 16. Raducanu’s ankle was very sore and in bad shape, but the Briton managed to get back in shape to compete in the Australian Open.
“An insight into my unorthodox preparation for the recent Grand Slam in Australia in January. We had 10 days to try to prepare my ankle for the competition from scratch.
I will be sharing more about my recent healing process on my channel @airwayzofficial so subscribe to the link in bio to stay up to date! !! Raducanu commented on his post.
Raducano underwent surgery on his left ankle
At the Australian Open, Raducanu won his first match before losing in the second round to Cori Gauff.
Raducanu then took time to heal from his ankle injury before returning to competition two months later in Indian Wells. Last month, after suffering from wrist and ankle injuries for some time, Raducanu decided to undergo several surgeries.
Raducanu’s second operation was performed on his left ankle. “You could say the past 10 months have been tough, having to deal with recurring injury to a bone in both hands..
I did my best to deal with the pain and still played most of this year and late last year by drastically reducing my training load, missing weeks of training and cutting back last season to try and heal it.
Unfortunately, this is not enough. I’m going to have minor surgery on both hands to fix the problem. I am disappointed to report that I will be out for the next few months, during which time I will have another minor ankle surgery.
It pains me to miss the events of the summer and I have tried to downplay these issues. So I thank all the fans who continued to support me while you weren’t aware of the facts.
“I can’t wait to see you all on the court,” Raducano said at the beginning of May.
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