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Stanislas Wawrinka hasn't necessarily had a season to remember, as the three-time Grand Slam champion was knocked out in the first round at Wimbledon and an August knee surgery forced him to miss the US Open.
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YET another top tennis pro has announced he will have to take an injury break. By Jack Wilson ... Novak Djokovic (elbow), Andy Murray (hip), Kei Nishikori (wrist) and Stan Wawrinka (knee) are all sitting out the rest of the season with injuries. And
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Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka, whose season has been ended because of a knee injury, has dropped one place to ninth in the latest ATP rankings released Monday. It is the sole change in the top 10, with the top duo Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer having ...
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Johannesburg - Kevin Anderson's chances of qualifying for his first Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Nitto World Tour Finals may have suffered a setback but he can still make history. The South African returned to the competition two weeks ago
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This year was supposed to be dominated by the next chapter in the Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic rivalry, but both men have been laid low by injury and burnout, while Stan Wawrinka - the final member of the 'Big Five' - has been sidelined with a knee ...
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Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina holds his hand in pain after he fell during his men's singles quarterfinals match against Viktor Troicki of Serbia in the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament at Qizhong Forest Sports City Tennis Center in Shanghai
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Swiss tennis maestro Stan Wawrinka, whose season came to an end early due to a knee injury, has slipped by one place to the ninth spot in the latest ATP Tour rankings released last evening. Warinka's drop in rankings is the only change in the top 10
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Meanwhile, Roger Federer is “scared” of two players on the ATP Tour and Nadal is not one of them, according to former British tennis star Greg Rusedski. Federer, who has won seven titles thus far in 2017, has lost on ... Rusedski feels that players
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Last month, Djokovic, Murray and Wawrinka passed on the U.S. Open. Djokovic and Wawrinka will be out until 2018 as they recover from elbow and knee surgery, respectively. Nishikori suffered a similar injury to Raonic but Nishikori's injury called for
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But tournament director Craig Tiley says Murray will be among a host of top stars returning to grand slam tennis in the new year, along with Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori. ... Djokovic has also not played since
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Kyrgios has struggled all season with shoulder, hip and knee issues and was sent crashing out the European Open in Belgium on Wednesday by veteran left-hander Ruben Bemelmans. He has failed to advance past the second round in any of the four grand ...
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Stan Wawrinka makes a step forward on his path to the come back in tennis competition. The Swiss player said good bye to crutches, that he kept for a month and a half as he underwent right knee surgery on August 15. 'Bye crutches.
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A knee injury will force him to miss the rest of the season. Credit Andrew Couldridge/Reuters. Stan Wawrinka chose long-term health over a United States Open title defense. He pulled out of the Open, which begins Aug. 28, because of an injured knee. - - -
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Last year at this time, the question of who's the Greatest of All Time (GOAT) in men's tennis was not a particularly hot topic. Roger Federer had missed the 2016 U.S. Open with a knee injury. His slam count was stuck on 17, and he hadn't won a major in
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Stan Wawrinka is on the path to recovery. Earlier this year, the Swiss tennis star withdrew from the ATP World Tour due to a knee injury. Now, two surgeries laters, Wawrinka appears to be ready to begin his rehab and training in preparation for the