Significant increase for Rod: – Abnormal

Significant increase for Rod: – Abnormal
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The Norwegian tennis player has had an impressive season so far. So far this year, he has reached a total of five finals and claimed two titles – in Geneva and Barcelona respectively.

But in the Roland Garros semi-finals earlier this month, Alexander Zverev was forced to stop, after the Norwegian suffered apparent stomach pain early in the match.

Ruud is now at his home in Norway, before heading to London on June 24 as planned. On July 1, the famous Wimbledon Championships will take place on grass.

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A significant increase

Last week, the Norwegian tennis star was at the Oslo Golf Club, where the Norwegian press was present to inquire, among other things, about the upcoming major tournament in London.

Grass is not Ruud's preferred surface, and when the Norwegian prepares for the large-scale grass tournament on home soil in Norway this week, he will not be on the championship surface.

-We don't have any grass courts in Norway. I have some rest now, so I will start training fully from next week. Then I will have to train on the hard courts, which is the closest grass court in this country, before I go to London on Monday the 24th, Rudd told Discovery and the rest of the journalists in attendance on Friday.

In other words, the Norwegian has played 14 more matches this year than at the same time in 2023.

Ruud said in press statements today, Friday: “I will do my best to be ready (for Wimbledon), but in the first five months of the season, I played about 50 matches, I think, so it is time for some rest and peace now.” conference.

When asked how the stress of battle affected him, he replied:

-It went really well. I haven't had many problems and pains, except for the semi-finals recently. I had an idea that it was something I internalized, but maybe it was the body that said stop too, asking itself.

– It is not normal for me to play this number of matches, and this means that I performed well. So it's fun in that sense, but I noticed that I was very tired when I got home from Paris and jumped straight into bed.

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– Not the greatest ambitions

Earlier this year, Ruud revealed to Discovery that he took action on his weight ahead of this year's season, in order, among other things, to be able to move faster on the pitch.

-I feel like I move a little easier and more fluid. There's a lot of detail you can go into, but I'm playing harder than I was last year as well. Last year I was very defensive and at the back, but this year I'm trying to take more initiative in points. “It's gone well so far,” Rod says.

In the context of the Wimbledon Championship, the Norwegian tennis star has never made it past the second round. Last year, the boy from Snaroia lost in the aforementioned round to Briton Liam Brodie.

With two weeks to go until the penultimate Grand Slam tournament of the year, he is honest about his chances at Wimbledon.

Wimbledon is one of the largest and most important tournaments. At the same time, I don't have big ambitions on a personal level there, compared to other Grand Slam tournaments, as I'm not a grass specialist. But I will do my best, concludes the Norwegian.

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