FRANCE – A tennis player who is ranked 73rd in the world is forced to suspend his season without knowing for how long due to a severe reaction to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Jeremy Chardy, 34-years-old, got his shot somewhere around mid-August. He suffered several symptoms shortly afterward. The player who beat tennis legend Roger Federer in 2014, is now unable to undertake any intensive activity.

“Since I had my vaccine (between the Olympics and the US Open), I have a problem. I am struggling. I can’t train, I can’t play,” Chardy said. He explained that he feels ‘violent’ pains all over his body as soon as he makes a physical effort. “In my head, it’s difficult because I don’t know how long it will last. For now, my season is over and I don’t know when it will resume.”

He continues, “it’s frustrating because I started the year really well. I was playing very well, and then I went to the Olympic Games where I also felt very good. It’s frustrating, especially that I don’t have ten years left to play. I regret having the vaccine, but I could not have known that this would happen.”

“I’m 35 in February so right now I might be a bit negative but this is the first time I have ever thought that this season might be my last. I think about it … it’s difficult because I was having fun and I want to play longer.”

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