Federer out of Italian Open with leg injury

18 Mai, 2019, 04:27 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Switzerland's Roger Federer serves to Austria's Dominic Thiem during their ATP Madrid Open quarter-final tennis match at the Caja Magica in Madrid

Rafael Nadal of Spain returns the ball to Fernando Verdasco of Spain during their quarterfinal match at the Italian Open tennis tournament, in Rome, Friday, May 17, 2019. He also lost to Tsitsipas las week in Madrid.

Federer, who had been set to take on Stefanos Tsitsipas in the quarterfinals, bowed out with an injury to his right leg.

Roger Federer, a four-time finalist in Rome, trailed 0-4 before dropping the first set, coming back in the second and saving two match points in the third set tie-break.

The 24th-ranked Schwartzman will face top-ranked Novak Djokovic or fellow Argentine Juan Martin del Potro. "Well, it's been a little bit tough because we had to stay late here yesterday but it was the same for all of us, I can't complain about that".

He said, "I hurt a toe and leg for a couple of games after sliding". I can't expect anything in Paris because to be a defending champion at Grand Slam is for the first time is something new for me. "Rome has always been one of my favorite cities to visit, and I hope to be back next year".

Later, Federer added on Instagram: "The fan reaction and crowd energy during my matches yesterday remind exactly why I am still competing on the ATP Tour".

This time a year ago, Naomi Osaka had never won a grand slam, was ranked outside the top-20 and could only win one game in an Italian Open second-round match against Simona Halep that lasted 59 minutes.

Former PM Bob Hawke dies on eve of Australian election
Others have argued that older Australians would be most affected by tax reform proposals that have dominated much of the campaign. He had been actively supporting Labor's campaign for elections on Saturday after six years in opposition.

China’ Contestant And WWE Raw Diva Winner Was 39 — Survivor
She entered into a quick feud on the first episode and was voted off in the second episode, only making it six days. Massaro was one of over 50 wrestlers who joined the lawsuit in 2016, which was dismissed last September .

England's Gareth Southgate chats about his Nations League squad
However, the latter pair might still be called up to England's U21 squad for the upcoming U21 European Championship. He said: "I guess people didn't think about one nation having so many players in that final ".

Osaka couldn't immediately say how serious was her injury, or if it will affect her status for Roland Garros, which starts in nine days.

"I woke up this morning and couldn't really move my thumb", Osaka told reporters.

Osaka's win on Thursday guaranteed she will remain No. 1 going into the French Open. I started to feel a little pain in the leg in the second set after sliding. "That's why I'm kind of confused right now because I literally woke up in the morning and couldn't move my thumb", Osaka said. If that happens, I [am] going to have my chances.

The four-time Italian Open victor next plays Argentine seventh seed Juan Martin Del Potro for a place in the semi-finals.

Osaka also had to pull out of the Stuttgart Open because of an abdominal problem.

Speaking after her loss in Rome, Halep cut a relaxed figure when asked about returning to Paris, where she cemented her place at the top of the game by winning her maiden major previous year.

Conseillé:



Populaire

US F-16 fighter jet crashes in California
The F-16 was assigned to the Air National Guard , a federal military reserve force under the Air Force, officials said. Thomas McNamara, vice commander of the Air Force Reserve's 452nd Air Mobility Wing, said at a news conference Friday.

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum Finally Reveals John Wick’s Real Name
In the first few minutes, John Wick kills people with a library book, about fourteen zillion knives, and A HORSE. John Wick ( Keanu Reeves ) and Sofia ( Halle Berry ) in John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum .

John Daly Makes PGA Championship Presence Felt with Cigarette, McDonald's in Hand
He said his knee was "the size of a grapefruit" after the round, and planned to ice it and hope it's feeling better Friday. Daly said he has no meniscus in his right knee, making it very hard to walk down hills, but not up them.

Ellen Pompeo Slams 'Bachelor' Creator Mike Fleiss Over Kelly Ripa Tweet
He then filled Ripa in on the latest happenings of the franchise, and she said the show "disgusts" her and called it "gross". I don't believe in it. "Is The Bachelor the representation we want tho?" "You blink twice, I will get you out of here".

Southwest Airlines CEO hopes 737 Max is back this summer
The FAA, other regulators and airlines are reviewing the company's plans for additional pilot training , the company said. Boeing has completed development of the software update, simulator testing and engineering test flights for the 737 MAX.

William Hill revenue up as online continues to show momentum
William Hill has since removed the ad and is in the process of conducting a full review of existing content on the platform. But the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA ) said it must not appear again in its current form.

Televangelist Pat Robertson says Alabama abortion law goes "too far"
In the wake of the bill being passed, Amanda Reyes, president of the group had received many donations - some as big as $15,000. According to official data released by Ireland, more than 3,000 Irish women were having abortions overseas each year.

China formally arrests Canadian ex-diplomat, businessman
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said Canadians thinking of travelling to China should consult with Global Affairs Canada. Another Canadian held in China, Robert Schellenberg, was re-sentenced to death in a drug case following Meng's detention.

DJ Khaled releases new video filmed days before Nipsey Hussle’s death
Captioning the three pictures with one of his gems of wisdom - "Los Angeles Love kinda like Hussle and Boog" - the image series captures a simpler time.

Campagne 2012 : le dernier recours de Nicolas Sarkozy a été rejeté
Le recours déposé par Nicolas Sarkozy contre la tenue de son procès dans l'affaire Bygmalion a été rejeté ce vendredi 17 mai par le Conseil constitutionnel.