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Caoimhe
Jun 20th, 2003, 11:24 AM
No Wimbledon for Mauresmo

Sixth seed Amélie Mauresmo will have to skip Wimbledon because of a nagging muscle tear below the ribs said a spokeswoman Friday. The tear "was preventing her from serving to the best of her ability and therefore stopping her from calmly being able to defend her chances on grass," said a statement.

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Lindsayfan
Jun 20th, 2003, 11:56 AM
ohhh poor amelie :sad:

galadriel
Jun 20th, 2003, 05:38 PM
Get well soon Amelie :kiss:

Halardfan
Jun 21st, 2003, 11:04 PM
Hope Amelie is fighting fit soon. Mauresmo fans, by and large, are a great bunch...you and she deserve so much better luck.

cro-girl
Jun 22nd, 2003, 11:09 AM
Oh no, not again :sad: I thought we were done with injuries for this season. Poor Amelie.
Hope she`ll get better soon, really soon. :)

cro-girl
Jun 22nd, 2003, 11:30 AM
I found something more about Amelie pulling out of Wimbledon.



Mauresmo out of Wimbledon

Sixth seed Amélie Mauresmo will have to skip Wimbledon because of a nagging muscle tear below the ribs said a spokeswoman Friday. The tear "was preventing her from serving to the best of her ability and therefore stopping her from calmly being able to defend her chances on grass," said a statement.

Mauresmo - one of only two players to defeat world number one Serena Williams this year - defeated Jennifer Capriati to reach the semis last year before falling to Serena.

Her place in the draw will be taken by Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova, who has been seeded 33rd. Lucky loser Seda Noorlander of the Netherlands will fill Kuznetsova's spot.

Mauresmo, the French number one, missed the Australian Open in January because of a knee injury.

Doubts about Wimbledon had surfaced after she was beaten in the second round of the Ordina Open in Den Bosch on Wednesday.

Previtali told Reuters by telephone Mauresmo had undergone tests on Thursday before making her decision on Friday morning after discussion with coach Loic Courteau.

"Amelie is looking to resume training to be ready in time for the Fed Cup which takes place after Wimbledon," she said.

France have reached the Cup quarter-finals where they meet Spain on July 19-20.

Mauresmo won the Warsaw Cup event in early May, beating Venus Williams in the final where the American was forced to retire with stomach pains when trailing 3-0 in the final set.

The Frenchwoman went on to beat Serena Williams in the Rome Masters semi-finals only to lose to Belgium's Kim Clijsters in the final.

She then suffered desperately in front of her own crowd at Roland Garros when Serena took a 6-1 6-2 revenge in the French Open quarter-finals.

pathfinder
Jun 25th, 2003, 04:47 PM
:sad:

Amelie,get well soon! :kiss: