Tennis The Madrid, without ATP ranking, wants to give himself a 'last' opportunity
He has been wearing a racket in his hand since he has reason and, those who know him know what a big head it is when something gets in his head. His career in the professional circuit, where he reached the 170th position in the world, has not been easy, since he has had to deal with a concatenation of injuries and medical negligence that has deprived him of performing as expected. In his palmars 18 ITF titles in singles and ten ms in the discipline of doubles are noticed.
'Il loco Mart', as he is affectionately known on the circuit, he fell to the hell of injuries in April 2018 when an old elbow injury was aggravated in a way that made him stop. Not even with medicine could he make a normal life. Tom made the difficult decision to stop and, although the option of hanging the racket once and for all went over his head, he wanted to give himself a new opportunity to remove that bitterness from his mouth.
Last week I played the Spanish Team Championship. No requirement, enjoying, but at a good level. He was encouraged to sign up for the ITF of Castelln, where he was passing rounds (to Carlos Hernndez 6-3 and 6-1; to Pawel Cias 6-4 and 6-4; to Carlos Boluda 6-2 and 6-4; to Eduard Esteve 7-5, 3-6, 6 -2) to stand in the final, where this Sunday I gave in front of Ricardo Ojeda 6-2 and 6-2. "They have been very intense," confesses the protagonist. "The idea is to play 3 or 4 tournaments until the end of the year and see if there is a possibility that the elbow will bear the burden of competing again," he adds. The ball rolls, Javier Mart is back to the rest.