Former world No. 14 Jerzy Janowicz is hoping to have a strong offseason as he is set to attend a camp in Tenerife to train with Gunter Bresnik, per Polsat Sport. Ever since a breakthrough campaign on the ATP Tour in 2013, the Pole has been constantly battling with health issues as he has now missed two full seasons.
The 28-year-old last played at the Bratislava Challenger in November 2017, where he was forced to retire his quarterfinal match to Mikhail Kukushkin due to an injury. Janowicz, a 2013 Wimbledon semifinalist, managed to play the full 2017 season before his knee issues emerged once again and sidelined him for a significant time.
The Pole collected a couple of notable wins and results in 2017, having reached the Stuttgart quarterfinal, the third round at Wimbledon and two Challenger finals. Janowicz stunned former world No. 3 Grigor Dimitrov in his Stuttgart opener, before he beat world No. 15 Denis Shapovalov in the Wimbledon first round and 22nd-ranked Lucas Pouille in his following match.