On Monday, Fabian Marozsan replaced Nick Kyrgios in Wimbledon’s main draw after Kyrgios withdrew due to injury. Kyrgios, who had a wrist injury that forced him to withdraw from the competition, finished in second place at Wimbledon in 2017.
The Hungarian player Fabian Marozsan was one of the top four players in terms of ranking who were knocked out in the last round of qualifying. As a result, his name was entered into the draw to determine the lucky loser.
evertheless, Taro Daniel, Yosuke Watanuki, and Michael Mmoh of the United States were all fortunate enough to be permitted into the main draw as lucky losers despite having a lower rating than Marozsan, who is rated 96th in the world. Marozsan was eliminated in the second round of the tournament.
On the other hand, Kyrgios announced his withdrawal from the competition one day prior to the start of play by posting the following statement on Instagram: “I’m really sad to say that I have to withdraw from Wimbledon this year.”
“After my operation, I gave it everything I had to get ready for the tennis courts at Wimbledon and to be able to compete once more.
“When I was on my way back, I had spent a week on the island of Mallorca, and at that time, I was experiencing some discomfort in my wrist. It was simply a precaution, but I chose to get it scanned anyhow, and the findings showed that one of the ligaments in my wrist had been torn. I was relieved to find out that it wasn’t more serious.
In spite of the fact that I put in a lot of work, I simply did not have enough time to get myself ready for the competition before Wimbledon. I am quite unhappy to have to report this.
Later on Monday, Marozsan will face David Goffin of Belgium in the first round of competition. Goffin is a two-time Wimbledon quarterfinalist. Marozsan has never advanced past the second round at Wimbledon.