Ben Shelton withdraws from 2023 Dallas Open

Ben Shelton withdraws from 2023 Dallas Open

by Alfredo Bassanelli

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20-year-old Ben Shelton made a big impact on the tennis world when he competed in the 2023 Australian Open.

The young American reached the quarterfinals and broke into the Top 50 of the ATP Rankings for the first time in his career. However, fans were disappointed to hear that Shelton has withdrawn from the upcoming Dallas Open, likely to rest after such a long tournament.

Shelton, who left the United States for the first time in his life to compete in the Australian Open, returned home after the tournament and tweeted "Just made it home. Let the jet lag begin." The tournament and travel must have taken a toll on the young player, as it is common for athletes to need some time to recover after a major event.

The Dallas Open, which is set to start on the 6th of February, is an ATP 250 event that attracts some of the best players in the world. It would have been a great opportunity for Shelton to continue his success and build on his ranking, but it is important for him to take care of his health and well-being.

Shelton's decision to withdraw from the Dallas Open is a reminder of the dedication and sacrifices that professional athletes make in order to compete at the highest level. The tournament schedule can be grueling, and players often have to balance competing with rest and recovery.

Fans of Shelton will have to wait until his next tournament to see him in action, but they can be sure that he will be well-rested and ready to compete when he returns to the court. His withdrawal from the Dallas Open is a small setback, but it will only make him stronger in the long run. With his talent and determination, we can expect to see great things from Ben Shelton in the future, as John McEnroe predicted that he can make it even to the Top 5.



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