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Stan Wawrinka fought back to stun sixth seed Grigor Dimitrov in the Wimbledon first round and claim his biggest victory since having knee surgery. The Swiss, a three-time Grand Slam champion, has dropped to 224th in the world and lost to Andy Murray in ... - -
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Wawrinka had two lots of surgery on his left knee last year to fix a hole in a cartilage but he came through a two-hour match against Querrey and was back out on Court No 1 soon after to play a doubles match with Novak Djokovic. It seems he has healed  -
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I was able to move well. Was able to play my tennis, my game', Wawrinka said. Asked if he thinks about the knee when he is on court sometimes, Wawrinka replied: 'Yeah, for sure sometimes, because sometimes there is always some little stuff that stays  - -
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"I believe I am physically fit enough to play my best tennis now," the 31-year-old said. Wawrinka lost in the first round at last year's Wimbledon after struggling with his knee, and had surgery on the injury in August 2017. "It isn't easy to start
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“In January, I was not ready physically with my knee. I was just trying to handle the courts, trying to win matches,” Wawrinka said. “Now I think my game is there. I think in the practice court I'm playing really strong tennis. I feel positive with
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His 1st round match in the French Open this year was the pinnacle of inconsistent play, by the end of which Wawrinka was barely chasing easily “gettable” balls (admittedly, it looked like his knee was causing some nagging issues). ... Playing
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3 seed Marin Cilic -- Federer's opponent in two of the past four Grand Slam finals -- and unseeded, three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka, who had upset dangerous No. 6 seed Grigor Dimitrov, were beaten by players outside the top 80 in ... But
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Britain's former world number one Andy Murray won his first match in almost a year with an impressive display against fellow three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka in Eastbourne. Murray, 31, looked sharp and confident in winning 6-1 6-3 in the  - -
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Great to see you Muzza. Practice smiles before I put my game face on." Former world number one Murray - now the British number two - has fallen to 156th in the world rankings, while Wawrinka is 261st following knee surgery. Wawrinka, 33, lost to  - -
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The Swiss, whose ranking had dropped to 225 after a knee injury, fought a stubborn and determined match from the baseline to down the 27-year-old Bulgarian, who appeared beset by first-round nerves. It was a tough draw for Dimitrov but it looked like
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LONDON: Coming back from injury can be a little like starting from scratch, maybe not physically, but mentally. It weighs and wears. Stan Wawrinka, the former world No.3, currently ranked No.224, whose knee went under the knife last August, knows a  - -
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Swiss tennis ace Stan Wawrinka failed to beat American Sam Querrey in the Fever-Tree Championships last-16 at the Queen's Club but shared some positive news after the match as he his troublesome knee is finally fully healthy. The 33-year-old's 2017 ...
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As for Wawrinka, his return from knee surgeries has taken a whole lot longer than he would have hoped. His true ranking at the moment is a shocking ... His opponent, Chardy, is playing the best tennis of his life at age 31. He's 12-2 on grass this
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Wawrinka needed two operations on a knee problem last year and, in a trend Murray will hope to buck, the three-time Grand Slam winner still isn't back to his best. Wawrinka showed that lack of confidence and rhythm as he crashed to a 7-5, 6-7 (3/7), 6
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I'm going to leave it here. What a long day! Roger Federer was out of here quickly, of course. Lucky him. Serena Williams was also safely through in straight sets. But we've seen some upsets elsewhere and the emergence of Britain's Katie Swan. A fine