Tennis elbow could become sidelined for the rest of the season after being hurt while playing in the first round of the Australian Open.
Tendon injuries have been a common part of tennis careers, but they can become so severe that players are forced to sit out matches or suffer setbacks during their careers.
The injury is the result of a hit from an opponent.
Tennis elbow is a common injury suffered during games of tennis.
But the severity of the injury could cause a player to miss the rest, or potentially even miss matches.
A common way to get around this is to work on strengthening the muscles around the elbow to increase the range of motion and allow for greater range of movement.
Tens of thousands of players take part in the Australian Rules Tennis Championships, where a large number of them are injured or lose their careers due to injuries.
Tournament director Steve Vella said injuries were common.
“It is a major part of the sport, there are about two million Australians playing the sport.”
If you take that number and multiply it by the number of people who are injured in this country, it is a big problem.
“In tennis, there is an injury every eight to 10 minutes, so if we were to make it into the top 20 players at this tournament, we would need to play two or three rounds to get into the next stage.”
Tennis is a physical sport, but it also has a psychological element, Vella explained.
“We all want to play well, and that means if we get hurt, that we are out of the game.”
When we have an injury we can’t play because we’re going to be in pain for a long time.
“Tennis has a great reputation for its physicality, but sometimes we just get carried away.”
If tennis players continue to work hard, they can improve their physical fitness and improve their mental wellbeing, Vela said.
“What we need to do is to get these players back into the game so they can play at a high level, but also to play a high mental level.”
The tournament is expected to return to Sydney on November 14.