This is how Stan Wawrinka prepares to return to the elite

Swiss tennis player Stanislas Wawrinka returns a ball during his match against Alexander Zverev at the 2020 Paris Masters 1,000.

Swiss tennis player Stan Wawrinka wants to return by virtue of his privileges in the 2022 season after a year 2021 in which he has barely been able to compete due to injuries, which has made it fall from the 18th position it occupied at the beginning of the year to the 82nd position it currently occupies.

Wawrinka has only been able to play four tournaments this season, including the Australian Open (fell to Fucsovics in an agonizing five-set match) and has not competed since falling in three sets to South African Lloyd Harris in the first round of the Doha tournament last March.

Now, Wawrinka, winner of the Australian Open in 2014, Roland Garros in 2015 and the US Open in 2016, wants to try to return to the elite in the 2022 season and, for this reason, has published a video on his social networks in which he appears doing intense training exercises accompanied by the comment: “You are not here yet, but you are closer than you were yesterday.” A video that also received an affectionate message from the ATP account in Spanish: “Giving everything and more.” A demanding job that Wawrinka now hopes to turn back into results on the track.

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