South African tennis player Kevin Anderson has undergone surgery for injuries of the knee.
Anderson, occupying 18-e a place in a rating of Association of tennis professionals (ATP), did not participate in the tournaments held in July at Wimbledon. Earlier in September, the 33-year-old athlete said that prematurely ended the season.
“I was pleased to read the messages from fans in recent days, especially after I had surgery. My team, the doctors and I decided that surgical intervention was needed for further treatment. Everything went well, I’m trying to recover and get back on the court,” wrote Anderson on his Twitter page.
Anderson in his career has won six ATP tournaments, reached the finals at Wimbledon 2018 and the US Open in 2017.