Volvo Tennis Charleston 2021
The American has been out for over a 12 months afterwards ability larboard knee surgical operation. (Getty)
“There’s no absolute second place you’re one hundred percentage abiding you’re reachable to comedy again. You aloof affectionate of be given to jump aback in and opt for it.”
Shelby Rogers joins Nina Pantic and Irina Falconi on the TENNIS.Com Podcast this week. The American is available for her acknowledgment to the bout at her place of origin event, the Volvo Car Open in Charleston. The above apple No. Forty eight has been out for aloof over a yr afterwards capacity larboard knee surgical operation, and explains the discomfort she went via and the way the brand new adequate baronial policies are allowance her (02:53). She was ranked No. 78 lower back she played her aftermost bout in the aboriginal annular of Indian Wells in 2018.
Time abroad from the bout hasn’t been all terrible admitting because the 26-12 months-old got to alive a accustomed pastime and popular on line academy with Indiana University East (06:23). While she turned into injured, Rogers additionally authorized her duke at alive for the Tennis Channel as a commentator, accuser and host (08:04).
It’s Rogers’ aboriginal cogent injury, so she shares what she abstruse and what goes into acute a improvement agenda, which might also accommodate a acknowledgment to Roland Garros (14:31).
We booty a breach from the austere being to dig up her falsely edited Wikipedia folio from years ago which claimed she absent numerous ft in a automobile blow and accustomed capacity appropriation for her development (17:33).
Back to business—she explains how her interest afterwards she achieved the quarterfinals of Roland Garros in 2016, such as get entry to into the Elite eight Club (19:forty one). And now that she’s had acquaintance alive in alive for media, she tells us how her angle has (21:36).
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