The Czech shared that he'd been given a clean bill of health by his doctors
Top-ranked Czech tennis player Tomas Berdych announced on Twitter that he would soon be hitting the tennis courts after having been cleared by his doctors.
Previously, the 30-year-old had announced that he would be missing the US Open due to Appenditicis.
Prior to missing this year's US Open, Berdych played in the last 13 editions of the last Grand Slam of the season. His streak thus unfortunately came to an end this year.
''I'm very disappointed to announce that I will not be able to compete at the US Open this year,'' wrote Berdych on Facebook. ''I was just diagnosed with Appendicitis in Cincinnati so I will be flying back to Europe for additional checks and treatment.''
The 8th ranked player in the world also added that he knew he would be back as strong as ever and that he was looking forward to playing as soon as possible.
Also, couple of days ago, Berdych had hinted that his recovery was going well and that he was going to be back soon.
It remains to be seen when will the 2016 Wimbledon semi-finalist make his comeback to competitive tennis.