Tandilian admitted that when he learned of the severity of the blow, "the world fell". He has not yet found out when he will return: "If I have a clearer picture," he announced.
Juan Martin del Potro said on Wednesday he feels the world is falling apart when he suffered a fracture on his right knee less than a month ago that forced him to resign at London's champions, which begins on Sunday.
"When it happened to me, it changed all the goals, the world came out because there was something unexpected," the player said in the four videos he published in his Instagram account.
Del Potro, the thirty-year-old and fourth on the world rankings, announced his weekend decision not to play the Masters of London, which brings together the best eight seasons and which he managed to win after five years of absence.
On October 11, Del Potro suffered a broken knee in his right foot in a fall that suffered in his eighth final match in Shanghai against Croatian Borne Coric.
In addition to losing the Masters, the Argentine player left the Basel and Paris Tournaments.
"It was a tough shot that I was difficult to adapt, today it's hard to see myself outside the Champions and the circuit (tennis) and I can not finish one of the best periods of my career due to further injuries," he said. "Torre de Tandil".
Although suffering in Shanghai did not require surgical intervention, Del Potro had to face four wrists in recent years, leaving him largely to leave the sport.
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Overcome disappointment as a result of the last wound, Del Potro said he felt "wanting to go back to court" next season but has not yet known when it will be. "When I have a clearer picture," I say, he said.
The first major challenge in 2019 may be the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the Year, to take place in January.
Del Potro lived in 2018 one of the best periods of his career. The Argentines won the first Masters 1000, picked up the title in Acapulco, and won the US Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon.
"Renewal progresses, I feel better and better, and it gives me peace and desire to continue next season," he told his supporters, whom he thanked for support.
Information from the DPA