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Kyrgios suffers injury blow ahead of Wimbledon

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Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios suffered a major blow ahead of Wimbledon, when he was forced to retire from the first round of the ongoing Aegon Championships at the Queen's Club last evening.

The 22-year-old was playing against America's Donald Young when he slipped and fell at the baseline while stretching to make a shot during the ninth game of the first set.

Kyrgios, who received a courtside treatment to his hip, decided to continue the match, but was eventually forced to pull out of the Wimbledon warm-up event after losing his first-set tiebreak 7-3 to his American opponent.

After recently withdrawing from Monte Carlo Masters and Italian Open with a hip injury, the world number 20 had last week declared that he was finally close to full fitness.

However, after suffering a fresh injury at the Queen's club, he is now doubtful for the upcoming grass-Grand Slam tournament, which gets underway on July 3.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Kyrgios suffers injury blow ahead of Wimbledon

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios suffered a major blow ahead of Wimbledon, when he was forced to retire from the first round of the ongoing Aegon Championships at the Queen's Club last evening.The 22-year-old was playing against America's Donald Young when he slipped and fell at the baseline while stretching to make a shot during the ninth game of the first set.Kyrgios, who received a courtside treatment to his hip, decided to continue the match, but was eventually forced to pull out of the Wimbledon warm-up event after losing his first-set tiebreak 7-3 to his American opponent.After recently withdrawing from Monte Carlo Masters and Italian Open with a hip injury, the world number 20 had last week declared that he was finally close to full fitness.However, after suffering a fresh injury at the Queen's club, he is now doubtful for the upcoming grass-court Grand Slam tournament, which gets underway on July 3.

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios suffered a major blow ahead of Wimbledon, when he was forced to retire from the first round of the ongoing Aegon Championships at the Queen's Club last evening.

The 22-year-old was playing against America's Donald Young when he slipped and fell at the baseline while stretching to make a shot during the ninth game of the first set.

Kyrgios, who received a courtside treatment to his hip, decided to continue the match, but was eventually forced to pull out of the Wimbledon warm-up event after losing his first-set tiebreak 7-3 to his American opponent.

After recently withdrawing from Monte Carlo Masters and Italian Open with a hip injury, the world number 20 had last week declared that he was finally close to full fitness.

However, after suffering a fresh injury at the Queen's club, he is now doubtful for the upcoming grass-Grand Slam tournament, which gets underway on July 3.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Kyrgios suffers injury blow ahead of Wimbledon

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios suffered a major blow ahead of Wimbledon, when he was forced to retire from the first round of the ongoing Aegon Championships at the Queen's Club last evening.

The 22-year-old was playing against America's Donald Young when he slipped and fell at the baseline while stretching to make a shot during the ninth game of the first set.

Kyrgios, who received a courtside treatment to his hip, decided to continue the match, but was eventually forced to pull out of the Wimbledon warm-up event after losing his first-set tiebreak 7-3 to his American opponent.

After recently withdrawing from Monte Carlo Masters and Italian Open with a hip injury, the world number 20 had last week declared that he was finally close to full fitness.

However, after suffering a fresh injury at the Queen's club, he is now doubtful for the upcoming grass-Grand Slam tournament, which gets underway on July 3.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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