Inactive American Professional tennis player Jennifer Brady gave a surprising news of her much-awaited return to tennis in a recent interview with Rennae Stubbs. When she said that the aim is to get back for the clay season this year at French Open, the anchor herself took it as a surprise. With the clay season in sight, the answer was a total surprise to fans as well.
The former World Number 13 responded to a question about the comeback, “My Goal is French Open. That’s what I’m cheering for. Yeah, I’m out here, you know, Switched over, grinding on the red clay. Just getting the body (fit), sliding it, little bit of movement.” Then Stubbs asked about the foot injury concerns and then the knee problems. For these, Jennifer answered, “Today No (100% fitness), but we are on a better track now than the last year, I will tell you that.”
Jennifer Brady is now 27. Injury concerns were always the hard part of her career which made her quit the game for more than two years. The American star’s return is much anticipated because she had proven her worth already when she rose to No. 13 in the world rankings.
American Jennifer Brady had her best season in 2021. She started with an extraordinary run till the finals of the Australian Open 2021. However, since then she has failed to make it to the later stages of the tournaments. Her career-best run in the the US Open is her semi-final appearance in 2020. She was never able to move past round three and round two in the French Open and Wimbledon respectively.
She is also a good doubles player and has a career-high ranking of 44. Jennifer also reached theAustralian Open 2019 semi-finals in doubles. With her game suited well for the hard courts, , her announcement of coming back to the circuit during the clay season is a total surprise for the tennis world.
The 27-year-old has one ATP title in her career with a win-loss record of 241-165. Her last match was in theWestern and Southern Openthird round where she had to withdraw after winning the first set against Jelena Ostapenko.
Vipul Payattuparambil hails from Thiruvilwamala(Thrissur), Kerala(India). Besides being a Software Engineer by profession, he works at Firstsportz as a Tennis Writer. Sports are a part of his family culture, so he enjoys tennis, football, and cricket as much as his father. Rafael Nadal has been his role model since 2005, and he was fortunate enough to meet his idol once in Mallorca. Engaging in sports debates and reading sports journals are some of his favorite pastimes. As he sees it, sports should eventually unite people, like a handshake after a match between rivals.
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