Dominic Thiem had a very successful 2020 season, winning the US Open for the first time after defeating Alexander Zverev in five sets as well as reaching the Australian Open final earlier this year.
Now the number 3 player in the world focuses on the goal ahead and there is one goal that the whole planet will have 4 years to have a chance.
Dominic Thiem’s plan in 2021
Recently the Austrian has revealed his plans for 2021 and he hopes to continue to maintain or improve his performance in important tournaments.
However, there are two new tournaments that he emphasized will be extremely determined to win the championship, including one where he missed the chance to attend the last time so he decided not to miss this time.
Due to the translation of Covid-19, the Olympic 2020 was postponed to hold the following year. At the previous Olympics in 2016 in Brazil, Thiem did not attend and refused to give his excuse, though the reason seems to be because the schedule was too thick at the time.
Even in 2019, Thiem was about to quit the Tokyo Olympics, citing a dislike of spending a week in Japan, and a sure promise to play at the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Thiem announced that he would not attend the Tokyo Olympics last year but has changed his mind
Olympic is the tournament in which Andy Murray has won two consecutive gold medals while Rafael Nadal was crowned in 2008. Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have never won Olympic gold medal for men, especially Federer is coming After retiring, Thiem will have some formidable opponents waiting for her at the tournament.
Besides, Thiem said he will aim for a championship hat-trick in the 2021 Laver Cup, in which he will join the European team.