Tuesday, August 03, 2021 11:44
Timi Babos is going through an unfortunate period, but the classic of the MOL Team is confident that his body and soul can relax a bit during the forced break.
Babos Timi does not deny, not having the best days lately. There is nothing to wonder about this, perhaps there is no more terrible feeling than that instead of the Tokyo Olympics – where he could have been interested in three numbers – he sits at home and tries patiently to wait for his recovery.
Of course, I am very sad that I could not be there in Tokyo, the only consolation is that I have been to two Olympics. “But that’s how I know what I’m missing, so it’s such a double-edged sword. I don’t deny, there are days when I cry and my mind keeps spinning on how I can get better as soon as possible,” Timi told the MOL Team.
The Sopron class was badly made for Tokyo, he had already returned home from Wimbledon with an injury, and then his achilles caused such serious trouble that he had to step back from the Tokyo games. Timi said treatments are ongoing but the date of his return is yet to be seen.
“For now, I’m trying out traditional techniques. My Achilles is much better than a couple of weeks ago, and I’ve visited several specialists on my hips, the treatment is going on.”
Tennis and running aren’t an option yet, unfortunately, but luckily there’s something else I can do at full intensity. The time of my next match thus depends on several factors.
Of course, Timi is also most preoccupied with the return, but he also knows that in such a miserable year, fate should not be haunted by a premature return. “I can’t say Fortuna has been taken to his favors this year, even though the year has got off to a good start. I’m dealing with my injury for now until I can play tennis and do meaningful training work on the court, it’s a shame to think about that.”
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Timi, of course, follows the events in Beijing and isn’t just watching tennis matches at all. “There are athletes for whom I have been pushing for many years and I am sincerely happy with their success. on the field, on the water, anywhere. “
The MOL team’s world champion, Grand Slam winning class, has time to think during the forced break and is confident that the rest will be good for his soul as well. Timi was never vulnerable, and at the age of 28, it might not really hurt to blow one.
“In recent weeks, especially since I got Covid, I haven’t really felt the game of play, even though it went well in training. in a training match. “
I don’t even know, maybe this rest is good for my soul, maybe my body needs it too, since I’ve been a professional for a dozen years and injuries have been avoided so far. “I did for it obviously, there were always minor problems, but in elite sports this is normal, I think. I try to turn the forced rest to my advantage, but I would lie if I said it didn’t hurt my heart while watching the races,” Timi said.
(Cover image: Babos Timi / Instagram)
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