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  1. The Tennis Thread

    Rafa Update OUCH, would be more painful than the fall I took at Tennis last Wednesday. RAFA SET FOR STINT ON SIDELINES LEO SCHLINK on the Spaniard's leg injury... RAFAEL Nadal will be sidelined for three weeks after being diagnosed with a torn anterior hip muscle during Australian Open quarter-final defeat. The Spaniard's management confirmed he visited a Melbourne hospital today for a MRI. "The MRI showed a grade 1 injury of his illiopsoas on his right leg," the statement said. "He will be resting the next days once back in Spin and will start with anti-inflammatory (and) physiotherapy. "He will his rehabilitation and pre-adaptation process to the tennis court in two weeks, starting progressively his training and practice. "Three weeks is the normal time to totally recover and he will resume his tennis schedule as planned, playing Acapulco (in late February), Indian Wells and Miami." Nadal was forced to withdraw when trailing Marin Cilic 0-2 in the fifth set last night.
  2. The Tennis Thread

    Think you may like this. RESPECT! Great ovation for Rod Laver as he entered the building named after himself. And a nice touch from Tennys Sandgren, too. Kinda seems like the American could do with some good PR at the moment.
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    I really can't recall the last time Rafa retired hurt. I recall watching one match (Aust Open I think it was) where it was clear that he was injured but he played out the game, saw on his twitter account that he will have an MRI today (Wednesday)
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    Dimitrov is out of the Aust Open, going down in 4 sets to Edmund. 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4
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    That last set would have been worth the price of the ticket alone.
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    At this rate the night matches won’t start until after 9.00 pm local time
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    Wow what a 3rd set this is between Halep and Davis. So far it is 12-11 for Davis.
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    If you want a really good laugh, you need to watch the interview with Federer,after his win.
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    Saw the day 3 schedule before leaving today, saw that Nadal would be playing Rod Laver, so I upgraded our tickets.
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    Shock horror, but to the surprise of no-one Sam Choker is out. She had a code volition against her cuz she went off about not having any banana’s, or so it was reported.
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    Just heard from a freind on Rod Laver that Venus lost. And in the one I am watching it looks like Coc wants to be anywhere but here.
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    On Hisense Arena today. Only have ground passes so can’t get into Rod Laver or Margaret Court.
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    About ready to head of to day one.
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    It was also the Kids tennis day as well, so Rod Laver wasn’t available until after they were finished with that.
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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/tennis/martina-navratilova-says-she-would-refuse-to-play-on-margaret-court-arena/news-story/c4b75bf43955c5d28339cf1817cd2971 Martina Navratilova says she would refuse to play on Margaret Court Arena MARTINA Navratilova has declared that she would refuse to play on Margaret Court Arena because of the Australian tennis legend’s homophobic views. Court said she would go crab fishing instead of attending the Australian Open this year, but Navratilova has reignited debate about whether the show court should to bear her name. “You keep her in the Hall of Fame,” Navratilova told the New York Times. “That Margaret has definitely homophobic views does not take away those accomplishments, no doubt about that. “But you do not name a building after her. “Would you be naming a new building after her now? No, there’s no chance.” AUSTRALIAN OPEN LIVE STAGE: FULL GUIDE TO MUSIC SERIES Tennis Australia last week said it had would not consider changing the name of the tennis court after Court’s strong public views against same-sex marriage. Tennis Australia last week said it had would not consider changing the name of the tennis court The Pentecostal pastor’s comments led to widespread condemnation among the player cohort, prompting Tennis Australia to distance itself from the sport’s most successful player. Navratilova said she would refuse to play on the court if she were still an active player, but she told the New York Times she it was unlikely any of today’s players would take that stance. Navratilova, who has long been out as a lesbian, and Court are members of the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Last week, Australian Open director Craig Tiley told the Herald Sun there had been no indication that players intended on boycotting the arena. “I speak to the players every day but there have been no requests,” Tiley said. “I don’t agree with Margaret’s comments. “They don’t align with my values. They don’t line with our organisation’s values. “But she’s entitled — we live in a free country — to make whatever comments she wants. “But with that comes a consequence. “The consequence is that she’s got a response from us.”