WATCH: Fritz hobbles to bench following his second-round loss to Koepfer in Paris.


Taylor Fritz is already back on court after incurring a harrowing knee injury at Roland Garros.

The young American described "hearing a pop" in his knee on match point against Dominik Koepfer in the second round, and left the court in a wheelchair.

Fritz later revealed a torn meniscus that would require surgery, but remained optimistic he would be back in action in time for Wimbledon in under two weeks.

True to his word, the 23-year-old took to Twitter on Wednesday to update fans on his condition and his first practice since undergoing surgery last week.

"Three-four hours of physical therapy daily is paying off," Fritz wrote.

The world No. 36 appears to be on track for a return to the All England Club, the only major tournament where he is yet to reach the third round.