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Thiem proves to himself that he’s back on track

When Dominic Thiem was off the Tour for 10 months due to a wrist injury in 2021, he had one major fear.

Not whether he would recover and come back to the Tour; but rather how much ground others would gain on him while he was away.

It was a legitimate concern. In that time, Carlos Alcaraz emerged on the Tour, seemingly fully formed, a Grand Slam champion at 19 in 2022 and most recently, a Wimbledon winner this summer. Time seems to move fast in tennis; suddenly others are on the scene, with bigger serves, harder shots.

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