Dominic Thiem News
Tennis: Fritz wins twice to reach Washington semis; Thiem reaches first final since 2020 at Kitzbuhuel
Jessica Pegula reached the final four by coming back to edge Elina Svitolina 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 across more than two hours at Washington Open.
After a wrist injury in June 2021, Dominic Thiem is now 116 in the world. He was among the top 10 before the injury in June 2021
In the third round of the Madrid Open, Daniil Medvedev will face compatriot Alexander Shevchenko
Thiem, 2020 Australian Open finalist, showed flashes of his best in a 6-4, 6-4 loss to Australian Alex de Minaur at Kooyong
Dominic Thiem was sidelined for nine months with the wrist injury sustained during the 2021 grass-court season.
The Russian top seed defeated Thiem in straight sets 6-4, 6-4.
Sebastian Korda advances to meet Arthur Rinderknech who saved nine match points before ousting second seed Pablo Carreno Busta
Stan Wawrinka will next face Mikael Ymer in his first ATP Tour-level quarter-final since January 2021.
Stan Wawrinka saw off Joao Sousa of Portugal 7-6 (7/1), 6-2 in the first-round tie and has now won three matches on a trot.
Jack Draper, who reached his first ATP Masters Series quarter-final two weeks ago at Montreal, ousted Dominic Thiem who won his first major title two years ago in New York.
Grigor Dimitrov was leading the match 6-0, 2-4 vs Dominic Thiem at the time when the top seed retired due to dizziness.
The US Tennis Association announced the recipients ahead of the August 29 start of the year's final Grand Slam tournament at New York
The former US Open champion won 6-4, 6-3 against Peru's Juan Pablo Varillas to face either second seed Matteo Berrettini or Pedro Martinez as he looks to make a first final since the 2020 ATP Finals
Thiem beat Finn Emil Ruusuvuori on Wednesday and backed it up with the two-hour and 41-minute win over fourth seeded Spaniard Bautista Agut
On the opening day of French Open, sixth seed Ons Jabeur and Dominic Thiem became the most high profile names to exit the clay court major.
Dominic Thiem was out for 10 months with a wrist injury and is 0-4 since making a return to professional tennis.
Thiem was playing his first tour-level match since injuring his right wrist last June, and the former world No. 3 showed some signs of encouragement before Millman prevailed in just over two and a half hours
Thiem, 28, has been sidelined with a wrist injury suffered in a grass court tournament in the same Spanish city in June.
Thiem, who won his only major at the 2020 US Open and is a two-time French Open runner-up, has slumped to 37 in the world during his prolonged absence.
Thiem, who reached the 2020 Australian Open final and lost to Novak Djokovic, was scheduled to play in the ATP Cup opener against World No 2 Daniil Medvedev.