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John Isner has withdrawn from the Australian Open due to a knee injury, leaving No. 22 Sam Querry as the highest-ranked U.S. man at the season's first Grand Slam tournament.
Isner, who spent 18 weeks in the top 10 before finishing last year at No. 14, injured his right knee at the Hopman Cup last week and had to withdraw from the international mixed team competition. He lost to fellow American Ryan Harrison in straight sets at the Sydney International on Wednesday.
Isner announced Thursday he had to pull out of the Australian Open, saying: ''Doctors have told me that continuing to play on the knee could result in a more serious injury.''
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John Isner has withdrawn from the Australian Open with bone bruising in his right knee, leaving No. 22 Sam Querrey as the highest-ranked U.S. man at the season's first Grand Slam tournament.
Isner, who spent 18 weeks in the top 10 before finishing last year at No. 14, injured his knee at the Hopman Cup in Perth last week and had to withdraw from the international mixed team...
(January 10, 2013) No. 1 ranked American John Isner has officially withdrawn from the 2013 Australian Open due to a bone bruise in his right knee.
The Australian Open twitter account tweeted the announcement along with the following quotes:
Isner: “”I am extremely disappointed to announce that I have to withdraw from the #AusOpen.”
Isner on #AusOpen withdrawal: “I have been...
(Janaury 9, 2013) Top-seeded John Isner, who has been battling a knee problem since the beginning of the season lost 6-4, 6-4 to fellow American Ryan Harrison in the second round of the Sydney International on Wednesday.
Injuries have hit the tournament hard. Sydney has suffered withdrawals of the original top seeds Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Richard Gasquet pulled out...
John Isner withdraws from Australian Open due to knee injury
January 9, 2013 — Top ranked American and world No. 13 John Isner has officially withdrawn from the 2013 Australian Open due to a bone bruise in his knee.
On Wednesday, top-seeded at the Sydney tournament, Isner went out to qualifier Ryan Harrison, 6-4 6-4, hinting at continued issues with his knee.
“I have been feeling...
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