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Mardy Fish of the United States and Gael Monfils of France will not be participating in the USA versus France Davis Cup tie at the Monte Carlo Country Club this weekend. Fish is sidelined with fatigue and will be replaced by Ryan Harrison. Monfils withdrew with an abdominal injury with Gilles Simon taking his place.
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Hours after losing his most recent match, Mardy Fish woke up in the middle of the night feeling ill and immediately went to be checked by a doctor. He saw another doctor the next day, too, and the diagnosis was fatigue.
Told he needed to rest, and citing what the U.S. Tennis Association called a ''minor health scare,'' the No. 9-ranked Fish pulled out of this week...
Gael Monfils will miss France's Davis Cup quarterfinal against the United States because of an abdominal injury on his left side.
The French tennis federation said Monday that coach Guy Forget will soon name his replacement for the 25-year-old Monfils for the contest at Monte Carlo Country Club, which starts Friday.
Monfils - who is 14th in the ATP rankings - started experiencing...
The U.S. Tennis Association says No. 9-ranked Mardy Fish is pulling out of this week's Davis Cup quarterfinal against France because of a health scare.
In a statement being posted Monday on USTA.com, the federation says Fish, the highest-ranked American player, was seen by doctors in Miami after playing there last week. He was told he has extreme fatigue and needs to rest for...
France captain Guy Forget believes the United States will be significantly weakened by the loss of Mardy Fish in their Davis Cup quarterfinal on Friday.
Both teams were rocked by withdrawals to key players this week.
The ninth-ranked Fish pulled out because of fatigue and was replaced by Ryan Harrison, while Forget is without the 14th-ranked Gael Monfils, a former French Open semifinalist...
Gael Monfils will miss France's Davis Cup quarterfinal against the United States because of an abdominal injury.
The French tennis federation said Monday that coach Guy Forget will soon name his replacement for the 14th-ranked Monfils. The matches at Monte Carlo Country Club start Friday.
Monfils started experiencing pain during practice Sunday and an MRI test showed a lesion...