Anderson said he injured his knee in December and tried to play through the problem at the start of the 2020 season, including at the Australian Open.
Kevin Anderson announced today that he underwent a procedure on a right knee injury in Miami on Wednesday. The former World No. 5, who has experienced a series of injuries over the past four years, wrote on Twitter, “Midway through December last year, during my off-season training, I injured my right knee.
LONDON (AP) — South African tennis player Kevin Anderson has had surgery on his right knee and will be out for an unspecified period of time. The two-time Grand Slam finalist wrote on Twitter on ...
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South Africa's 2018 Wimbledon finalist Kevin Anderson says despite a succession of injury problems in recent years he "never felt in" his "heart" his career was over. The 35-year-old has battled knee problems over the past two years but set those setbacks and poor recent form on grass aside to beat Chilean Marcelo Tomas Barrios Vera 6-7 (4/7), 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 (7/4) on Monday.
Tennis News ATP Tennis Just three days after he announced the withdrawal from the rest of 2019, world no. 18 Kevin Anderson underwent knee surgery that should solve his problems.
Anderson’s career has been blighted by injuries since his run to the Wimbledon final in 2018. He conceded the Vienna tie against eventual champion Andrey Rublev after picking up a niggle on his right thigh. The spate of injuries might force Anderson to prioritize events that he wants to feature in.
Kevin Anderson has ruled himself out of the rest of the tennis season because of his fitness issues. He has said he will look to recover from his right knee injury before making a comeback. Anderson’s season had already been hampered by injuries in 2019. He last played in Wimbledon, where he entered the tournament as last year’s finalist. Unfortunately for him, this time around he could not emulate last year’s showing.
Fourth seed Kevin Anderson, who came in undercooked as a result of a right elbow injury, fell to Guido Pella on Friday at Wimbledon. AFP/Getty Images Fourth seed Kevin Anderson, last year's finalist, digs deep to get the better of Janko Tipsarevic on Wednesday evening at Wimbledon.
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