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Michael Pemulis
May 10th, 2006, 09:12 AM
Did she get an injury to her left thigh ? It doesn’t seem pretty bad. Hopefully the supposed thigh strain won’t force Ana to withdraw from Rome tournament next week. She is such an awesome player , I can't wait to see her in Rome. Anyway, if any you know the details about the injury...tell us, please.

Good luck, Ana. You have to get over!!!

frenchie
May 10th, 2006, 09:26 AM
I think she withdrew from Rome (with Pierce)
I saw an article :sad:

Natasha250688
May 10th, 2006, 09:27 AM
her official site says she's withdrawing from Rome...sorry Michael

get well soon, Ana!

Michael Pemulis
May 10th, 2006, 09:29 AM
That's it! Pretty bad news, guys!

Injury update
May 09, 2006 / Berlin

Ana had an ultrasound scan after retiring through injury against Na Li this afternoon. The results are encouraging: she did not pull the muscle in her left thigh, instead it appears to be a slight tear. That Ana retired when she did, rather than attempt to finish the match, which she was leading 6-1, was crucial to not worsening the injury.

She will have another scan in Belgrade tomorrow and, after therapy, hopes to be practising again shortly. She is forced to withdraw from Rome next week, but is confident about playing in the French Open, which begins at Roland Garros in 19 days' time.

Ana was in extreme pain after suffering the injury. She was also very disappointed that it came at a time when she was playing so well. But now, several hours later, she is calm and accepts that this is all part of professional tennis.

LefandePatty
May 10th, 2006, 09:30 AM
Get well soon Ana ! :awww:

To all Ana fans, here a big :hug:

champion88
May 10th, 2006, 09:31 AM
That's it! Pretty bad news, guys!

Injury update
May 09, 2006 / Berlin

Ana had an ultrasound scan after retiring through injury against Na Li this afternoon. The results are encouraging: she did not pull the muscle in her left thigh, instead it appears to be a slight tear. That Ana retired when she did, rather than attempt to finish the match, which she was leading 6-1, was crucial to not worsening the injury.

She will have another scan in Belgrade tomorrow and, after therapy, hopes to be practising again shortly. She is forced to withdraw from Rome next week, but is confident about playing in the French Open, which begins at Roland Garros in 19 days' time.

Ana was in extreme pain after suffering the injury. She was also very disappointed that it came at a time when she was playing so well. But now, several hours later, she is calm and accepts that this is all part of professional tennis.

:sad:

but such a mature attitude :)