Found June 01, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Richard Gasquet
Richard Gasquet and Grigor Dimitrov played an epic point on Thursday at the French Open that left one of them cramping and the other vomiting from exhaustion. Dimitrov was facing set point down 30-40 and 4-5 in the second set of their second-round match. Serving to Gasquet, Dimitrov was in control for most of the 38-shot point after forcing Gasquet into the corners. But Gasquet pounced on a short ball from Dimitrov and slammed an overhead to finally win the point and second set. He immediately vomited while Dimitrov went down in agony with cramps. Gasquet says he threw up a banana, while the cramps affected Dimitrov to the point where he lost the next two sets and the match 5-7, 7-5, 6-2, 6-3. “The banana is still on Suzanne Lenglen (court),” said Gasquet. “I was really feeling bad. But he was on the ground. He was even in a worse situation than I was.” Yes he was. Fantastic effort from both men. There aren’t many other sports that require better conditioning than tennis where...

Richard Gasquet Vomits, Grigor Dimitrov Collapses on French Open Court Following 38-Shot Rally (Video)

Richard Gasquet and Grigor Dimitrov left it all on the French Open court this week. The two tennis players exchanged a remarkable 38-shot rally but paid the price, as Gasquet instantly vomited and Dimitrov hit the clay in a heap from severe cramps, as seen in the video below.

Frenchman leaves it all on court after epic point

Talk about leaving it all out on the court. After quite a point at the French Open - 38 strokes over nearly a minute - France's Richard Gasquet vomited right there on Court Suzanne Lenglen. His opponent, Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov, collapsed with a leg cramp and crawled on his hands and knees to a line judge's chair. It came 1 hour, 50 minutes into their second-round...
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