Chung Hyeon Returns To Action After Two Years

South Korean tennis star Chung Hyeon will return to competitive tennis after two years at the Korea Open. Chung will play doubles with countryman Kwon Soon-woo.  Chung, the 2018 Australian Open semifinalist, has been out of action due to a back injury.

Due to his prolonged absence, Chung does not even have a ranking. In an interview, he said that he has been practicing for two months and that he is doing well physically during practice.

As a junior, Chung Hyeon reached the finals at Wimbledon in 2013. His junior ranking peaked at world number 7. In 2017, he won the Next Generation ATP Finals beating Andrey Rublev.

Chung played last in October 2020 in the qualifying rounds at the French Open. Since then, he has been struggling with injuries.

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Linda Fruhvirtova Breaks Through, Wins Chennai Title, Enters Top 100 In Rankings

Linda Fruhvirtova won her first WTA title in Chennai beating Magda Linette 4-6, 6-3, and 6-4 in the final. With the Chennai title, Fruhvirtova  will enter the top 100 in WTA rankings.

Fruhvirtova qualified for the US Open by winning three qualifying matches but lost in the second round to Garbiñe Muguruza. In 2022, she has beaten many high quality players including Victoria Azarenka and Elise Mertens.

As a junior, Linda Fruhvirtova reached the singles semifinals at Wimbledon. She also reached the girls’ doubles semifinals at the Australian Open and Wimbledon.

Linda Fruhvirtova has been training at the Mouratoglou Academy since 2017. In 2021, she trained at the Evert Tennis Academy. Her younger sister Brenda Fruhvirtova is also a promising tennis player. Experts predict the Linda Fruhvirtova  sisters to dominate tennis in the coming years.

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