Denis Shapovalov, who was recently a finalist for the ATP 250 in Geneva, got off Roland Garros, contest that will begin next Sunday. The Canadian has a discomfort in his shoulder, so he decided to rest.
The player himself confirmed the news through his social networks: “It saddens me to share that after consulting with my medical team, I made the difficult decision to withdraw from Roland Garros,” he said first.
I’m saddened to share that after consulting with my medical team I’ve made the difficult decision to withdrawal from @Roland Garros. Unfortunately my shoulder has been bothering me and while medical tests look good, it is for the best to rest. See you in 2022, Roland-Garros. pic.twitter.com/BkCWWQ9Fd8
– Denis Shapovalov (@denis_shapo) May 23, 2021
At the same time, Shapovalov added: “Unfortunately, my shoulder has been bothering me and although the medical tests look good, it is best to rest. See you in 2022, Roland-Garros, “he concluded.