Tennis player Kwon Soon-woo gave up the French Open due to shoulder pain… dedicated to rehabilitation￼
Kwon Soon-woo (Dangjin City Hall, 82nd), the ‘signboard’ of Korean men’s tennis, will not play in the second major tournament of the season, the French Open, due to a shoulder injury.
According to Ricoh Sports Agency, Kwon’s management sign, on the 27th, Kwon’s shoulder condition worsened during recent training, so instead of participating in the French Open, Kwon decided to focus on rehabilitation.
Kwon Soon-woo started rehabilitation after complaining of his shoulder after being eliminated by Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (Spain) in the quarterfinals of the Qatar Exxon Mobil Open on the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour held in Doha, Qatar at the end of February. 안전놀이터
Kwon Soon-woo, who had stopped participating in the tour and was undergoing rehabilitation training in Miami, Florida, USA, planned to move to Europe as soon as his condition recovered. He tried to play the French Open, which opens on the 28th of next month, but his condition worsened and he stopped training.
Kwon Soon-woo plans to undergo treatment and rehabilitation in Korea.
Following the French Open, Wimbledon, the third major tournament of the season, is scheduled for June, but if Soon-Woo Kwon’s condition does not return, the possibility of skipping to Wimbledon cannot be ruled out.
Meanwhile, Kwon Soon-woo signed a sponsorship contract with Donghwa Pharm until 2025 that day.
Dongwha Pharm said, “We hope to expand communication with the MZ generation through the challenge of Kwon Soon-woo, who is raising the status of Korean tennis.”