News of the Operation

Posted on May 29th, 2008

An interview kindly translated again: In L’Equipe today: Tsonga opéré Comme prévu, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga a été opéré du ménisque hier, en fin de matinée, à la clinique Nollet, à Paris. L’arthroscopie s’est bien passée et le chirurgien a confirmé l’absolue nécessité de l’opération. « Il nous a dit que, si Jo avait continué comme ça, […]

Impossible is Nothing!

Posted on May 27th, 2008

First things first there is a fantastic article in Deuce Magazine, with some great pictures. All Jo-Wilfried fans should read this: France had more Top 100 players last year than any other country, yet on the 25th anniversary of Yannick Noah’s celebrated Roland Garros victory in 1983, the nation still awaits its next Grand Slam […]

Further Details on the Tsonga’s future

Posted on May 25th, 2008

An article from L’equipe (today). A rough translation has kindly been provided. Tsonga : rendez-vous à l’automne Opéré après-demain du genou, le Français a déclaré forfait et devrait être absent environ quatre mois. JO-WILFRIED TSONGA aura tout tenté pour disputer ce Roland-Garros qui lui tenait tant à coeur. Mais la fissure au ménisque aura été […]

Tsonga decides to have Operation

Posted on May 24th, 2008

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has officially announced that he will not be taking part in the French Open/Wimbledon due to a re-occuring knee injury. It’s been on going for a while and the only real way to get rid of the injury is to operate, however this means he will miss perhaps the most important two months […]

More details on the injury

Posted on May 24th, 2008

His knee had been better since he got a cortisone injection some weeks ago. On Thursday morning, the knee looked a bit swollen, but he was able to play against Ventura. Brechbuhl put a lot of ice on his knee after his win. The knee swelled over the night. On Friday morning, it was really […]