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By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Wednesday June 5, 2024

Paris – Novak Djokovic will undergo knee surgery on a torn medial meniscus in Paris, which will likely rule him out of Wimbledon, according to a report by L’Equipe.

Yesterday, an MRI scan revealed a torn medial meniscus in his right knee, leading Djokovic to pull out of his quarterfinal with Casper Ruud at Roland-Garros.

Djokovic hurt the knee several weeks ago, and exacerbated the injury during his five-set victory over Francisco Cerundolo on Monday in Paris.

Djokovic will have the surgery done in a Parisian clinic by a young French surgeon. Reportedly recovery time is three weeks, which means that Djokovic’s participation in the 2024 Paris Olympic Games is still a good possibility.