Sebastian Korda disappointed his supporters by announcing that he will not be able to compete in Wimbledon due to injury. In the first round of the Eastbourne Open, the rising American player was defeated by John Millman in straight sets.
Sebastian announced his retirement from SW19 through Twitter, stating that he had been suffering from “terrible shin splints and beat an outfit.” As a result, Sebastian Korda made the decision to take some time off to rest. A lucky loser will earn a spot in the main draw at Wimbledon.
Sebastian Korda reveals what he would like to achieve in 2022
USA’s Sebastian Korda is ranked 46th in the World and now he aims to reach the top 20 before the season ends. Korda is one of the most promising and skilled players on the ATP Tour, and many believe he has the ability to be a top-10 player and compete for Grand Slam and Masters titles in the future.
“Yeah for sure the ranking is always very important but you know, if I am having fun and working hard then the ranking will follow which it has done so far and so I am very happy. I would love to be in the top 20 but there is a long way to go and a lot of tennis to be played,“ Korda told Tennis TV, as quoted on.