Why did Casper Ruud fall ill in Paris? This is his theory.

Why did Casper Ruud fall ill in Paris?  This is his theory.

Casper Ruud has some well-deserved vacation days.

He's in better shape now than he was when we last saw him. Then the dream of reaching a new final at Roland Garros was shattered by stomach problems.

Next, tennis fans asked themselves one question in particular:

The stomach problems happened at the worst possible time for the Norwegian tennis star. He has several theories about how this happened.

“My stomach was growling for days, yes,” says Casper Rudd.

He can smile a little about it now, sitting on the clubhouse of Oslo Golf Club in Bogstad. The 25-year-old has a few days off before resuming training. Then it's only fitting that you develop your other great passion besides tennis.

Of the year Roland GarrosRoland GarrosIt is also called the French Open. One of the four major tennis tournaments. I finish barely With a third straight final for Ruud. But after a great start against Alexander Zverev, the Norwegian had enough to deal with stomach problems. He was unable to move as usual, was breathing hard and was clearly not feeling well. Norwegian fans could only watch the sad spectacle, as Zverev finally got the better of a diminished Ruud.

Does he have any answers as to why his condition deteriorated when it mattered most?

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