Stefanos Tsitsipas didn’t have a fantastic comeback after the tours were back following the global lockdown. The Greek sensation failed to win a tournament even if he was inches from conquering Hamburg, where he failed to serve out the match in the final. Also, Tsitsipas was hampered during the semifinal at the French Open when he was facing Novak Djokovic. In Paris, the world no.6 staged a great comeback against the world no.1 after being 2 sets-down. However, he wasn’t able to properly compete in the decider since he was struggling with edema to his leg. That affected Stefanos’ rest of the season.
About Stefanos’ injury
According to Stefanos, he started to suffer from his injury since he played the Internazionali d’Italia in Rome. Indeed, Tsitsipas lost in his opener in Italy against a really good Jannik Sinner. However, Stefanos’ tennis wasn’t great at all. Many ascribed his poor performance because he didn’t have the guidance of his dad in Italy, but in reality, he was struggling with his body.
What is the Tecar Therapy?
Stefanos decided to embrace the Tecar Therapy at the ALO Physiotherapy Clinic in London to recover.
According to the Alo Clinic
“Tecar is an energy technology delivered by physiotherapists that promotes faster functional recovery. Tecar energy (a high-frequency current) is very popular with athletes and many other patients at ALO Physiotherapy due to its therapeutic benefits. “
According to the clinic, Stefanos has been alternating the therapy with some pilates sessions.
“Stefanos is currently seeing us for Tecar therapy as we are London’s leading Tecar centre. To further Stefanos recovery, we have also been combining his Tecar treatment with medical Pilates to ensure he is able to achieve his current sporting goals,” said a statement.
Stefanos Tsitsipas in 2020
Currently, this year the Greek has an overall 27-14 win-loss record. The Greek clinched 1 title in Marseille. Tsitsipas got to the final in Dubai and in Hamburg.