Japanese tennis player Kei Nishikori is ready to leave Clijsters Academy.
The 27-year-old flew to Belgium last week as he was eyeing to get some training and rehab done.
Nishikori hasn't played since the Rogers Cup -- where he lost in the second-round to French Gael Monfils.
The Japanese decided to call it a season and try to get back his health to 100 percent.
The 27-year-old is dealing with a wrist injury -- which was giving him problems throughout the year.
Nishikori seems to be leaving Belgium in good spirits.
Four-time Grand Slam champion Clijsters was more than happy to host Nishikori.
According to Clijsters, the Asian tennis star quickly became a fan-favorite.
Thank you for being super nice to everyone . The kids loved seeing you and you have made a lot more fans in these last few weeks. Good luck with the rest of your rehab! Always welcome back in Bree !— Kim Clijsters (@Clijsterskim) October 25, 2017
11-time ATP singles champion Nishikori is hoping for a much better campaign next season.
The Japanese didn't a win single title this season -- for the first time since 2011 Nishikori will finish the season without a title earned.
He ended runner-up to Grigor Dimitrov at the Brisbane international and to Aleksandr Dolgopolov at the Argentina Open in Buenos Aires, respectively.
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