Babos Timi is 85 percent, returning within weeks

Monday, October 11, 2021 11:26

The rehabilitation of the MOL Team class is progressing well, Timi is happy with the success of the Hungarian girls in the world rankings, but he would love to return to the field. Early November is the date.

“In a competitive situation, maybe in late October, early November,” said Timi Babos as the impatient author of the MOL Team began the conversation with the question of when we will see the four-time Grand Slam winner, three-time world champion class on the field again. Timi was injured in Wimbledon, but he went on, but not long after another injury broke out, and the waist and Achilles ailments together already exiled the MOL Team class.

“What could improve has, thankfully, improved,” Marod’s classic has said since the end of August. “Unfortunately, as expected, my hips don’t heal at the rate I secretly hoped, but the doctors warned me that. .

Rehab is on its way

“I spend several hours a day on physiotherapy and I’ve tried what I can. Besides all this, of course I’m already playing tennis, running, exercising, so my life is slowly getting back to normal for me, in which my gym coach, my partner, one is also my partner) and of course my father, who took control of my training again, “Timi initiated into the changes in his staff.

It is absolutely unusual for a 29-year-old to not see him on the field for such a long time. Timi lives absolutely consciously, although injuries have occurred, but during his very long career he has not missed such a long time many times. We asked if there was a good side to having some time for yourself after a decade in the squirrel wheel.

I didn’t get out of the squirrel wheel for a moment, as an injury doesn’t have to be imagined as I now sit at home with my legs up and put the better-than-good bites in front of me on a tray and relax and unwind all day. No, no, that’s not the case Timi said.

“When I couldn’t train, I ran from doctor to doctor instead of workouts, then I went to a physiotherapist, physiotherapy and did exercises that didn’t cause much pain. My whole day was filled with the thought of how I could get well and what I hadn’t done yet for recovery. . “Honestly, this period was more devastating than relaxing because an athlete has nothing worse than not being able to train, compete and is completely uncertain about his future.“Of course, I went to rest and relax for a few days, but I didn’t miss the obligatory set of tasks and the training dose prescribed for that very day.”

It does not bother that he is no longer the best Hungarian

The class, doomed to inaction, of course, could not keep its place in the world rankings and not only slipped out of the top 100, but since its injury, two Hungarian players have also overtaken it in the rankings. However, the results of Dalma Gálfi and Panna Udvardy not only do not bother Timi, but also make them happy.

“I am happy with the girls’ successes, as it also promotes Hungarian tennis and I can only wish them such or even brighter successes than I have achieved in recent years, as this is in the interest of all of us. most of the way. but I’m not even close to the end. I still have a good result, “said Timi, who is still in the top sixth place in the world.

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