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Stan Wawrinka admits he has not hit his "top level" as he continues to recover from major knee surgery at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam. Wawrinka underwent knee surgery in July and was forced to miss the last six months of 2017 as  - -
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Ilya Ivashka will face Stan Wawrinka in the second round of the Open 13 Marseille after beating Laslo Djere in straight sets. Wawrinka has struggled since returning from a knee injury at the start of the season and qualifier Ivashka will attempt to
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(He also withdrew from the 2016 French Open before the third round because of a wrist injury.) In 2010, Nadal stopped his Australian Open quarterfinal against Murray because of a knee problem. In 2011, when Nadal was trying to become the first man  -
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Switzerland's Wawrinka was continuing his comeback from knee surgery in Bulgaria and he dropped an evenly-matched opening set on a tie-break. The three-time Grand Slam champion looked to be battling back as he broke Basic for the first time early in  - -
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"I came back from Australia with a lot of work to do for my knee. I felt better this week, so I decided that it may be a good option for me to start a little bit earlier with tournaments. "Since the first day I came back from Australia I was working  - -
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The Swiss fifth seed slumped to another surprise defeat by an outsider, after losing in the Australian Open second round to Tennys Sandgren and in last week's Sofia Open semi-finals to Bosnian Mirza Basic. The 32-year-old Wawrinka, the 2015 Rotterdam  - -
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Wawrinka's semifinal opponent will be Bosnian qualifier Mirza Basic, who produced a solid display to beat Maximilian Marterer 6-4 4-6 6-3, claiming his second German scalp after eliminating fourth seed Philipp Kohlschreiber on Wednesday. World number  -
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Swiss tennis player Stan Wawrinka is eager not to rush anything as he looks at the bigger picture. The three-time Grand Slam champion's last tournament of the 2017 season was Wimbledon. The 32-year-old called it a season earlier to underwent a knee
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The Open 13 Provence in Marseille will be staged at the Palais des sports de Marseille and the next week's edition will be the 26th in the history of this ATP 250 tournament, starting back in 1993. Boris Becker, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Roger Federer, Andy
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His loss marked his earliest exit at Melbourne Park since 2008. In August 2017, he underwent surgery on his right knee. After Sofia, he's committed to playing in Rotterdam and Marseille. 'I am feeling much better,'said Wawrinka, as quoted by the
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"My knee's getting better," he said. "I am really happy and positive after the surgery, it has been six months until now and everything is going really well. I think I am doing everything possible to get back to what I want to be." Wawrinka, however
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The 32-year-old lost in the second round in Melbourne but revealed that it was necessary for him to play to understand if his knee can sustain the pressure of playing competitive tennis. Wawrinka is now playing his second tournament of 2018 at the
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Local favourite Dimitrov will be replaced by Swiss Stan Wawrinka, who is trying to resurrect his career after suffering a knee injury. "On back of disappointing news of Dimitrov injury, great that triple grand slam champion Stan Wawrinka will play
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If he recovers in time (Stan missed the second part of 2017 with a knee injury) Wawrinka will play against Tallon Griekspoor before another home rival, Robin Haase or Thiemo de Bakker before he sets the quarter-final clash against Roger. The third seed
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Local favourite Dimitrov will be replaced by Swiss Stan Wawrinka, who is trying to resurrect his career after suffering a knee injury. "On back of disappointing news of Dimitrov injury, great that three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka will play