Nicolas Jarry comes to clarify the illness that pushes him to fight to be present at Wimbledon

Nicolas Jarry comes to clarify the illness that pushes him to fight to be present at Wimbledon

The Chilean took to social media to talk about the discomfort that forced him to leave the ATP 500 at Queen’s.

Nicolas Jarry faces one of the most important periods of the year with great concern. A few weeks before Wimbledon and a little over a month before the Paris Olympic Games, the recent finalist of the Masters 1000 in Rome still cannot leave behind an ear infection which is currently preventing him from training.

This Saturday, however, Jarry went out to clarify the illness from which he suffers. He did it through his social networks. “For clarification, I suffer from vestibular neuronitis. It’s different from Ménière’s disease… I do all the exercises that the doctor sent me to recover as quickly as possible,” he noted on his Instagram account.

Everything became known a week ago, when it was announced that he would not participate in the ATP 500 qualifiers at Queen’s. “Nicolás was forced to withdraw from the Queens tournament due to an ear infection which causes him dizziness and dizziness, but from which he is recovering satisfactorily, although more slowly than he would like,” reported his press team.

In that same letter they pointed out that his trip to England was finally going to take place in the week of June 17, something that undoubtedly remains unresolved after the statements that the player himself made this Friday.

“I’m not training yet, I don’t have the opportunity to go on the field to train. I play with my family to learn balance, that’s what attacked me and what I lost. This can last a long time, months or weeks. It varies from each person “, the Chilean immediately commented at the launch of his relationship with the car manufacturer BYD.

Despite the negative nature of his first comment, the world number 20 tried to be optimistic about everything that happens to him. “I do every exercise possible to re-educate my body. I am with faith, I try to take advantage of the time for other things. I wish I had a date or clearer things, but I’m taking it day by day . Every day I get a little better,” he added.

Of course, the truth is that as Wimbledon approaches (which starts July 1st), recovery times are very tight. “I like playing on grass. We need to create a more intuitive and entertaining game. With my punches I do more damage. I hope to get there, I’m doing everything I can. It’s difficult, but the doctor thinks it’s possible given my progress. . I have to take it day by day,” he expressed about his presence in the third major of the season.

The positive is that despite everything, his participation in the Olympic Games is confirmed. “My participation is not threatened, it should not be. We never know what the future will bring, but I am calm, happy. I have to do things very well in physical preparation, I stayed in bed for two weeks and three without doing any exercise,” Jarry emphasized.

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