Giulio Zeppieri – Photo Antonio Fraioli
Julius Zeppieri Because of an ankle injury, he had to cancel the Challenger tournament in Karlsruhe. In the second set of the final, Zeppieri suffered a sprained left ankle that forced him out of the contest.
The young Italian talent announced the news of his injury via social media, explaining: “Hello everyone. In the second set of the @tennisopenkarlsruhe final I suffered a sprained left ankle which forced me to retire.”
Fortunately, despite the fear and disappointment at the retirement, the instrument tests ruled out serious problems. Zeppieri assured his fans that the injury was not as serious as it first seemed and that he would only be out for about two weeks.
“Fortunately, the instrumental tests have ruled out serious problems: I will be in the hospital for about two weeks.” Said Zeppieri.
The Italian tennis player’s statements show his gratitude for the support received and thanks the fans for the encouraging messages: “Thank you very much for the messages of these days, they have helped me so much in the most difficult moments.”
Despite the injury, Zeppieri remains positive and determined to get back on the pitch as soon as possible, ending his message with encouragement “See you soon!”.