Fit-again Wawrinka desires to battle on after return to top 100

Three-times Huge homerun champion Stan Wawrinka said his niggling injury issues were at last behind him after quarter-last runs in Rotterdam and Marseille slung him back into the main 100 on the planet rankings.

Wawrinka, 37, got back to the tennis circuit in Walk 2022 after over a year uninvolved following two procedure to his left side foot.

“I’ve been rehearsing great so I’m feeling genuinely and tennis-wise great. Glad to get the success, it’s a significant match and ideally I can continue onward,” previous world number three Wawrinka told journalists after his first-round triumph.

Wawrinka said reappearing the main 100 was a significant stage in his advancement.

“To be back in the main 100 is consistently a significant number. Obviously I need to continue onward up in the rankings. Ideally I can likewise be cultivated in Huge homeruns and these (ATP Bosses 1000) occasions. We’ll see.

“A large number of weeks, I think overall the level is there so ideally I can continue to win many matches this year.” Wawrinka will play 26th seed Miomir Kecmanovic next.

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