Felix Auger Aliassime is the second new confirmed casualty of the ATP Monte Carlo 2023 tournament. The Canadian will then miss the first major clay court tournament of the season, confirming his appearance at the Mutua Madrid Open.
Participant list ATP Montecarlo
Another news is confirmed that no one believed it and that Felix Auger Aliassime will not be there for ATP Monte Carlo 2023 either. after strengthening the discomfort that has been dragging his left knee all this time. Despite the achievement performed well in both Doha and Indian Wells, the American relayed the news on his official social networks. Apparently, the pain forces him to make a smart stop, giving him a wide margin to regain his best version.
Felix Auger Aliassime drops Masters 1000 Monte Carlo
«Sadly I have to announce my retirement from @rolexmontecarlomasters this year. It’s an event I look forward to every year though, I have been struggling with my left knee for the past few weeks and decided it was the wisest decision to take time off so I can fully heal and to recover before the next tournament at @mutuamadridopen. Thank you, as always, for your support and I look forward to seeing you back on track soon.»
This does not cause a dramatic turn in the classification of the Canadian tennis player. In the Monaco tournament, he had to defend only 10 points, something insignificant, just like it doesn’t affect other clay court tournaments. In the 2022 season, he was not present in Barcelona, so heYou want to arrive in the best conditions the defenses he has to make both in Madrid and Rome.
Notably, this would be his 5th historic participation in the traditional tennis tournament. So far, his best performance came in both 2019 and 2022, Where did he get to the second round?. Therefore, their balance is 1 win against 4 losses, and the corresponding donut according to the titles achieved.