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    Quote Originally Posted by Ti-Amie View Post
    Mark Nixon
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    Wozniacki interviewed today did not sound hoarse. Hoarseness is a sign of an impending RA attack.
    WTF. Trying to diagnose someone based on an interview. For shame.

  2. #557

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    Petra Kvitova
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    I'm so disappointed to have to withdraw from
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    My forearm injury is continuing to cause problems so, on the advice of my medical team, I won't make the trip to Canada.

    I will really miss being in Toronto this year and wish the tournament every success ��

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    Bianca Andreescu's shoulder - On Tennis Channel, they are previewing the Canadian Open draws and in Bianca's piece, she talks about how she injured her shoulder in Indian Wells and that no one on her team thought it was that bad and would turn into what it did.

    They go back in the studio and Ted Robinson is with Chanda and James Blake, and Ted says, he was surprised to hear that her team didn't think it was that bad because watching it, we all thought it was that bad. And he says with each match it was clearly getting worse and then by Miami it was cringeworthy watching her play on that injury, and then since referencing Miami Open he lets James take it and James said, absolutely that's surprising, he said she was playing and he thought her shoulder looked bad and for sure she couldn't finish the match and would need to stop, then she won. He thought she'd pull out, but she played again, looked like she'd not be able to finish and pull out because her shoulder was looking worse and worse, but she won and kept playing, and on and on.

    So what we saw and thought while watching was also what others thought in person. It really remains rather bizarre how her shoulder was handled when it was clear to so many that it wasn't a minor problem you could ignore and keep playing on. I really hope the handling of this isn't detrimental long term and as I've said before, I hope there was a second opinion in there at a certain point to make certain she's taking the right treatment approach.

  4. #559

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzNU View Post
    Bianca Andreescu's shoulder - On Tennis Channel, they are previewing the Canadian Open draws and in Bianca's piece, she talks about how she injured her shoulder in Indian Wells and that no one on her team thought it was that bad and would turn into what it did.

    They go back in the studio and Ted Robinson is with Chanda and James Blake, and Ted says, he was surprised to hear that her team didn't think it was that bad because watching it, we all thought it was that bad. And he says with each match it was clearly getting worse and then by Miami it was cringeworthy watching her play on that injury, and then since referencing Miami Open he lets James take it and James said, absolutely that's surprising, he said she was playing and he thought her shoulder looked bad and for sure she couldn't finish the match and would need to stop, then she won. He thought she'd pull out, but she played again, looked like she'd not be able to finish and pull out because her shoulder was looking worse and worse, but she won and kept playing, and on and on.

    So what we saw and thought while watching was also what others thought in person. It really remains rather bizarre how her shoulder was handled when it was clear to so many that it wasn't a minor problem you could ignore and keep playing on. I really hope the handling of this isn't detrimental long term and as I've said before, I hope there was a second opinion in there at a certain point to make certain she's taking the right treatment approach.
    Gail Dabrowski hinted at the lax attitude of Tennis Canada in her "behind the racquet" story. That's the only reason I'm not surprised by this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ti-Amie View Post
    Gail Dabrowski hinted at the lax attitude of Tennis Canada in her "behind the racquet" story. That's the only reason I'm not surprised by this.
    But Dabrowski was talking about 15 years ago so the impression I've gotten is that Tennis Canada had learned from that experience, but apparently not if they couldn't tell that Andresscu's shoulder was about to fall off in Miami.

  6. #561

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    Naomi Osaka's Injury at Cincinnati Puts US Open Title Defense in Question

    By ASSOCIATED PRESS August 16, 2019
    MASON, Ohio — Naomi Osaka felt a strange sensation in her left knee, different than anything she’d experienced. The U.S. Open champion left the court worried about whether she’ll be in shape to defend her precious title.

    Osaka retired from her quarterfinal match at the Western & Southern Open on Friday, unsure what’s going on in the knee. She expected to get an MRI.

    For now, the player currently ranked No. 1 in the world is concerned about her chances of making another deep run in New York.

    “Last year, I won the U.S. Open,” she said. “This year, I’m trying to play the U.S. Open.”

    The problem came out of the blue.

    Osaka split two sets with Sofia Kenin. She felt something unusual in the knee while serving early in the third set. After a timeout to have it examined and wrapped, she played a couple more points before retiring .

    “I have no idea what’s going on,” she said.

    With that, Kenin advanced to the semifinals for the second straight week. During her run to the semifinals in Toronto, she knocked off then-No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, an upset that allowed Osaka to move up to the top ranking.

    Barty is in position to snatch it back heading into the Open. She beat Maria Sakkari 5-7, 6-2, 6-0 with an encouraging all-around effort.

    “Still not quite there, but we’re getting better and better each match,” the French Open champion said. “I think that’s the beauty of being able to stay alive in the tournament is to give myself an opportunity to keep getting better. I think I’m still aiming to obviously do very well here, but the big picture is New York in 10 days’ time.”

    She needs some work on those first sets, though.

    Barty got ahead 5-2 in her opening set and got sloppy, letting it slip away. It was the second straight day that Barty rallied after dropping a first set. She fought off a match point during a three-set win over Anett Kontaveit on Thursday, showing poise that she’d need to draw upon again a day later.

    “There is certainly no panic, where it gets to the stage where I’m kind of overwrought or can’t think straight,” she said. “I’m still able to, more times than not, have the ability to relax and kind of stay clear and come back to what works.”

    Barty will face Svetlana Kuznetsova, who reached her first semifinal of the season by beating third-seeded Karolina Pliskova 3-6, 7-6 (2), 6-3.

    Kuznetsova is playing only her ninth event after missing the start of the season because of a knee injury. On a hot, humid afternoon, she got treatment for tightness in her upper right leg after the second set and twice again during the final one.

    On the men’s side, qualifier Yoshihito Nishioka withdrew because of illness, sending David Goffin into the semifinals. Nishioka had a good tournament showing, beating sixth-seeded Kei Nishikori — a player he called his hero — and Alex De Minaur to reach the quarterfinals.

    Goffin will face Richard Gasquet, who advanced with a three-set victory over Roberto Bautista Agut. Gasquet had groin surgery in January and fell to No. 68 in the ATP rankings on July 29, his lowest in nine years. He’s back in an ATP Masters 1000 semifinal for the first time since 2013 in Miami.

    Seven-time champion Roger Federer was upset Thursday, leaving Novak Djokovic as the only high seed left in the bracket.

    https://www.si.com/tennis/2019/08/16..._medium=social
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  7. #562

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    Kevin Anderson @KAndersonATP 2h
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  9. #564

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    Vondrousova is out for the rest of the year after surgery.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B2hWV0BI...ource=ig_embed
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  10. #565

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    doublefault28
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  11. #566

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    I feel like it would be bigger news if Nishikori announced when he wasn't injured.
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