"Giving my absolute best to regain form": Monfils still fighting after torrid tennis return

Gael Monfils has largely struggled since coming back from injury but the French veteran is working hard to regain form ahead of home slam Roland Garros.

It's been a rough time for Monfils since making his comeback as injuries kept him out for much of last year. It's a shame because it once again came at a time when he was playing really solid tennis but that's simply the story of his career. Roland Garros this year is special for him because it might be one of the last he'll ever play. He provided an update on Instagram recently talking about life and the state of his career.

Team Changes

His first announcement in the update was a change in team:

"Hello everybody, I hope you all are doing well. It's been a while since I last checked in. I took some time for myself and had the opportunity to spend quality moments with my family. Additionally, I've been practicing with a new team that you will soon see in my upcoming tournament (@openparcara). I apologize for not introducing them to you earlier; time just slipped away from me."

Moving On From Past Team

His next pagraph tlaked about his previous team and him giving thanks to everything they did for him:

"First and foremost, I would like to express my gratitude to Gunther Bresnik, Richard Ruckelshausen, and Dominik Distelberger for the incredible work we have accomplished together during this period. Thank you so much, guys, for your dedication and efforts. I also want to extend my heartfelt thanks to one of my best friends, Natho, for his unwavering support and commitment to my well-being. His treatments and support mean the world to me. Thank you, Natho. Furthermore, a special shoutout goes to my brother Cloumzy for his incredible work managing my social media. Your efforts are truly appreciated."

Thanking the Fans

Finally, Monfils thanked the fans for their support:

"With all that being said, I want to express my gratitude to each and every one of you for your unwavering support and kindness during these challenging times on the court. I'm giving my absolute best to regain my form, and I understand it won't be an easy journey. It will take time, and I am willing to be patient and persistent."

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