Roman Borvanov is not among the participants in the National Tennis Championship that is taking place these days. The athlete has told Info-Prim Neo that he suffered an injury and is now receiving treatment, but hopes that he will become well until the Wimbledon tournament.
“I competed in a tournament in Romania’s Bacau. It was a difficult competition for me because I do not play on red sand often. I felt I’ve torn a ligament, but continued to play. Towards the end of the tournament, I was unable to play,” he stated.
Roman Borvanov lives and trains in the U.S. He returned to Moldova after a period of 6 years. He had the occasion of visiting his relatives, grandparents and friends.
The sportsman told Info-Prim Neo he wouldn’t have achieved what he achieved if he had stayed in Moldova. “I encounter fewer problems when travelling with an American passport. When a tournament is taking place, you buy a ticket and go to it. You do not need a visa or something else. Furthermore, the ties I established in the U.S. helped me a lot,” said Roman Borvanov.
The National Tennis Championship is taking place between June 11 and 17. Radu Albot and Maxim Dubarenko are also absent.