Roland Garros 2022: the SHOCKING PIC of Alexander Zverev's injury



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Roland Garros 2022: the SHOCKING PIC of Alexander Zverev's injury

What happened to Alexander Zverev was an episode that happens very rarely in a semi-final of a Grand Slam, one of the four prestigious events of the season. The desire to arrive at the final act of the Parisian tournament, beat a great champion like Rafael Nadal and chase the dream most often sought for a few years: all this vanished in an instant due to a very bad crash in a crucial phase of the match , which would then have led the two to play the outcome of the second set at the tie-break.

The ruinous fall and moments of apprehension especially for the Hamburg native, on the ground and in pain. Several screams were thrown while he was lying on the ground, demonstrating how the episode was serious enough. It took the help of a wheelchair to stabilize the number 3 in the world, who left the scene for a moment to understand the extent of the injury.

The check confirmed the suspicions and through crutches he returned to the field, amid the increasingly loud applause of the public, and gave the official forfeit, delivering the victory to the Spaniard, who accompanied him to the chair judge and then hugged him, obviously wishing him the best of luck and a speedy recovery.

What happened to Alexander Zverev was an episode that happens very rarely in a semi-final of a Grand Slam, one of the four prestigious events of the season. The desire to arrive at the final act of the Parisian tournament, beat a great champion like Rafael Nadal and chase the dream most often sought for a few years: all this vanished in an instant due to a very bad crash in a crucial phase of the match , which would then have led the two to play the outcome of the second set at the tie-break.

The ruinous fall and moments of apprehension especially for the Hamburg native, on the ground and in pain. Several screams were thrown while he was lying on the ground, demonstrating how the episode was serious enough. It took the help of a wheelchair to stabilize the number 3 in the world, who left the scene for a moment to understand the extent of the injury.

The check confirmed the suspicions and through crutches he returned to the field, amid the increasingly loud applause of the public, and gave the official forfeit, delivering the victory to the Spaniard, who accompanied him to the chair judge and then hugged him, obviously wishing him the best of luck and a speedy recovery.

Images that made all tennis fans shiver at the vision of the match on the Philippe Chatrier center court. On the stands the large audience present immediately felt the very delicate moment and that the fall had been something very serious.