26 years old, Dominic Thiem embodies the new generation of tennis players with long teeth, likely – in the short term – to overthrow the Big Three (Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer) from his pedestal. In the meantime, the Austrian is in fourth place in the current ATP ranking.
Barely recovered from his titanic fight during the final – lost in five rounds – of the Australian Open, Melbourne, against Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem rolled up his sleeves at home, near the capital Vienna. Under the leadership of his physical trainer Duglas Cordero, who does not have the reputation of being a choirboy in the middle, he even put his mouths in his mouth.
For this work, everything is also ready to fine-tune his physical condition, as this post which he posted on the Instagram social network highlights.
As a reminder, Dominic Thiem is nicknamed Dominator, in tribute to his compatriot Thomas Muster, alias Musterminator, specialist in ocher earth and number one world in 1996. Also a follower of … tennis-sweat, Muster had amazed the whole world in s like a sick man when he had a leg in the plaster!