Posts Tagged ‘injury’

21st May
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from Tennis Week by Richard Pagliaro
21 May 2004
Defending Roland Garros champion Juan Carlos Ferrero faces a tough first-round opponent in Tommy Haas, but reaching the opening round may be even tougher. The fourth-ranked Spaniard is suffering from wrist and rib injuries that could hamper his hopes of defending his Roland Garros championship.
The season’s second Grand Slam begins on Monday and Ferrero’s injuries prevented him from practicing on Tuesday and Wednesday though he did participate in a light practice yesterday.
The injuries are the latest setback for the former No. 1, who contracted the chicken pox at Indian Wells in March and sat out the entire month. Ferrero has been limited to just five ATP Tour clay-court matches this year and has not played since suffering a 6-2, 6-3 setback to compatriot Alex Corretja in the opening round of the Tennis Masters Series-Monte Carlo last month.
Ferrero’s coach, Antonio Martinez Cascales, said he was “optimistic” Ferrero will play Roland Garros though his injuries — and lack of recent match play — is clearly a concern.

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26th March
written by kat

taken from Yahoo Sports – AP Sports Article
26 March 2002
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Alberto Martin will replace the injured Juan Carlos Ferrero on the Spanish Davis Cup team that plays the United States next month.
Ferrero hurt his right foot in his third-round loss to Romania’s Adrian Voinea on Monday at the Nasdaq-100 Open in Key Biscayne, Fla., and will be out for at least three weeks.
The rest of the Spanish team for the April 5-7 match in Houston against the United States is made up of Juan Balcells, Alex Corretja and Tommy Robredo.

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28th February
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Taken from Yahoo Sports – AP Sports Article
28 February 2002
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Defending champion Juan Carlos Ferrero was forced to retire Thursday from his second-round match at the $1 million Dubai Open because of a thigh injury.
Younes El Aynaoui was leading 7-5, 4-6, 2-1 when a left thigh strain forced Ferrero to quit.

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