Jason Kubler now able to play tennis consistently on all surfaces

Tennis: Kublet played only four non-clay events between 2010 September - 2017 September due to knee issues.

by Dzevad Mesic
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Jason Kubler now able to play tennis consistently on all surfaces

Australian tennis player Jason Kubler's knee problems seem to be a thing of the past as the 25-year-old is now regularly playing tennis on all surfaces. The Australian had enormous knee issue and played only four non-clay events between 2010 September - 2017 September as he didn't want to give up on tennis but it was risky for him to play tennis on hard and grass.

The 25-year-old won a hard-court Challenger title at the end of last season and won a hard-court Challenger title at the beginning of this year before he was handed a wildcard for the Australian Open. Kubler is now trying to qualify for Wimbledon as he has been through to the qualifying final round -- where he will be meeting Canadian Peter Polansky.

"Now I'm pretty much on a full schedule. I was on hard for all of the summer, even (in) April. I could have probably gone onto clay a bit sooner, but the funny thing is I was almost worried about how my body would be on clay going back because it's been so long," Kubler told Tennis Australia.

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