Found January 14, 2013 on Tennis Panorama :
(January 15, 2013) Despite five-time Australian Open champion Serena Williams destroying Edina Gallovits-Hall 6-0, 6-0 in her first round match at the Australian Open, the real story of the match will be the state of the American’s right ankle after a first set fall. Nineteen minutes into the match, with Williams up 4-0 in the first set with Gallovits-Hall serving at  15-0, Williams fell on the court grabbing her right ankle. The 15-time major champion was helped up from the court and to her chair and her right ankle was taped by a trainer. “It was definitely a lot of pain,” said Williams. “Also a little bit of the memory, as well.  So it was definitely a little bit of both. “But also at the same time trying to gather myself together and trying to make sure that I can continue.” “I think I was really, really close to panicking because a very similar thing happened to me last year, almost on the same side, the same shot,” Williams added. “So I almost panicked, and I thought, I can’t ...
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