Found June 14, 2012 on Tennis Panorama :
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s Wimbledon is in question after falling to Ivan Dodig 7-6 (3), 3-6, 7-6 (5) in a third-round loss to Ivan Dodig at Queen’s Club on Thursday. Tsonga injured the little finger on his right hand when he slipped and fell on the court during the sixth game of the third set. “I think it’s serious,” Tsonga said. “I just fell down. That’s it. I didn’t do, you know, an exam for the moment, but it sounds very bad. I felt like I broke something or I stretched, you know, a lot of ligaments, I would say.” ATP World Tour 250 London, Great Britain  (+1 hour GMT) 11-17 June, 2012     Surface: Grass   RESULTS – THURSDAY, 14 JUNE, 2012 Singles – Third Round I Dodig (CRO) d [2] J Tsonga (FRA) 76(3) 36 76(5) [9] K Anderson (RSA) d [5] F Lopez (ESP) 76(10) 76(7) [6] M Cilic (CRO) d L Rosol (CZE) 76(3) 62 S Querrey (USA) d [8] J Benneteau (FRA) 63 36 63 G Dimitrov (BUL) d N Mahut (FRA) 76(3) 64 X Malisse (BEL) d S Bolelli (ITA) 76(5) 63 Doubles – Second Round J Erlich (ISR) / A

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