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Offner after early exit from Madrid: “I don’t feel fit”

Offner after early exit from Madrid: “I don’t feel fit”

For Sebastian Offner, there was no sense of success at the Tennis Masters 1000 in Madrid.

In his first appearance in the main competition of the event on Thursday, the Styrian player, who was in poor health, lost in the first round to Argentine Pedro Cachin after an incorrect performance with a score of 3:6,3:6 (match report). .

After second round defeats in Monte Carlo and Barcelona, ​​Austria's number one was once again eliminated at the start.

The match 'wasn't really good'

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“I'm a bit weak physically,” the 27-year-old said. “I had a sore throat at the weekend and I don't feel 100 percent fit. Then it becomes difficult to perform.”

The match “wasn't really good.” The next few days the focus will be on getting healthy. “Maybe I won't play next week and then I'll make sure I'm 100 percent fit again in Rome,” Offner said.

The next Masters 1000 tournament will follow in Rome from May 8, and Ofner could have featured at Challenger level in between.

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