Monday, April 15, 2024

I’ll bounce back


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DON’T WORRY, BARBADOS, Darian King will come back bigger and better.

Quite literally.

The King of swing is looking to become a man of steel. The top-rated tennis pro says he plans to add more pounds of muscle to vastly improve his power game and compete with the world’s best.

“Honestly, I know I have to go for a lot more on my serve and my groundstrokes and just finish points quicker because at this level I can’t just grind out everyone and always play physical tennis,” explained the 23-year-old King days after his first-round loss at the Australian Open.

“I honestly plan to take a break now and go into the gym a lot more, spending time building body mass and getting stronger so I can be successful being more aggressive.”

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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