World Number eight, Kevin Anderson will be making a return to the ATP circuit, he will be participating at next week’s Queen’s Club Championships 2019 in London. The South African is looking forward to displaying his previous season’s valour at the Mecca of tennis.
His tennis elbow was pestering him from 2018 and owing to that the ATP skyscraper, Kevin Anderson called off his clay court season 2019. Also, his elbow injury created a threat to his career in tennis. At Queen’s, Kevin Anderson reached the finals in 2015, over there he lost to Andy Murray in straight sets.
Lastly, he stepped on the courts on Miami, where he lost to Roger Federer in the quarterfinals and he could manage to win just four games against the Swiss. Now getting back to the turf, which can be professed as Anderson’s preferred surface after his run into the Wimbledon 2018 finals by playing two marathon matches against Roger Federer and John Isner.
Indeed, the tennis season 2018 was triumphant for Kevin Anderson, he was ranked fifth in the world and he picked up ATP titles in New York and Vienna. Despite, his ongoing injury the beginning of this year was smooth for Kevin Anderson. He defeated Ivo Karlovic in the finals of Maharastra Open to claim his first title of the season. However, after his victory, Anderson could just play six matches in 2019.
At Queen’s Club, the Briton, Andy Murray will be taking part in the doubles category of the tournament. Murray will be teaming up with the Spaniard, Feliciano Lopez. The Brit underwent his hip surgery this year, and it will be his first professional tennis match after his surgery hiatus. “It’s baby steps just now,” Murray said. “I’m feeling good, pretty much pain-free and enjoying just training, practising, improving all the time just now”.