Friday, May 17, 2013
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Sharapova Retires In Rome Due To Illness
Open champion Maria Sharapova erred on the side of the caution as she
retired from the Internazionali BNL
d’Italia after falling ill overnight with Roland Garros about to start
in little more than a week's time.
Murray To Have MRI Today And Might Skip Paris
pessimism that Andy Murray would miss the upcoming French Open because
of an injury to his lower back might have been rather a spur of the
moment reaction after the world no.2’s withdrawal from the
Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome but a full MRI scan the player will
undergo today in London will be more definitive on the state of his
Djokovic Hopes Murray Has Speedy Recovery
Novak Djokovic feels that his ankle injury from last month is finally
over, the hard work is just beginning for injured rival Andy Murray.
Djokovic expressed his hopes that Murray would be able to somehow play
the French Open despite the back pain which forced him to quit his
opening matching Rome and head to London for medical consultations.
Romboli Will Return To Tour After Serving Drug Violation Ban
Fernando Romboli, currently ranked a lowly 452 on the ATP Word Tour
rankings, has served an eight and a half months ban after being found
guilty of committing doping offences by the International Tennis
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