Sensitive withdrawal of Facundo Díaz Acosta from the Rome Masters 1000

Sensitive withdrawal of Facundo Díaz Acosta from the Rome Masters 1000
Sensitive withdrawal of Facundo Díaz Acosta from the Rome Masters 1000

Facundo Díaz Acosta (47th in the world ranking) begins a race against time in his recovery ahead of the second Grand Slam of the season.

During his time at the Madrid Open, The Argentine suffered an injury to his right shoulder blade that forced him to withdraw from the Rome Masters 1000 (May 8-19) with the hope of getting ready for Roland Garros.

After his first round match at the Caja Mágica against Denis Shapovalov (6-4, 3-6, 6-3), the sensitive injury was confirmed at a crucial moment in the European tour on clay. It turns out that Roland Garros, the second major event of 2024, is getting closer and closer, and of course no one wants to miss it.

According to reports revealed by journalist Guillermo Caporaletti, Díaz Acosta arrived in Buenos Aires after passing through Madrid and, after learning the extent of the injury, doubts began about his participation in the Masters 1000 in Rome and Roland Garros.

For now, the only thing confirmed is that he will prioritize his improvement and skip the competition within the Foro Italico.

Added to his loss is that of the Frenchman Arthur Cazaux, which is why the American Mackenzie McDonald and the Swiss Stan Wawrinka enter the main draw.

The next few days will be key to determine the steps to follow and the estimated recovery time to know when the 23-year-old Argentine will be able to return to activity.

 
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