Alexander Zverev withdraws from Roland Garros 2022 Semifinals due to Injury
After playing 3 hours of high-quality Tennis Alexander Zverev suffered from an injury as He broke his Ankle on a fall-out and was forced to withdraw from the match.
Alexander Zverev’s right ankle was injured and that forces him to retire in his semifinal against Rafael Nadal with a score of 7-6 / 6-6…
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Rafael Nadal feels sorry for Alexander Zverev after the injury in Roland Garros 2022
Rafael NADAL talked about Alexander Zverev after the match and mentioned it was emotional for him to see him losing this way, and Here is what Rafael Nadal said after the match:
“To see him crying was a very tough moment.”
very sad for him, honestly he was playing an unbelievable tournament, He is a very good player, and I know how much He was fighting to win a grand slam, and now He is was very unlucky, and am sure He is going to win not a one, but more than that,”
“We played a tough match, we did not finish the second set, He is one of the biggest challenges on the tour as He played at a big level, in this situation it’s hard to talk about anything regarding reaching the final, I did not want it to finish that way”
” I have met him in the locker room, and before we came back to the court and seeing him crying there is a very tough moment … so just all the best to him,” Rafael Nadal said with emotions
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Rafael Nadal is very sad after Alexander Zverer Ankle Injury
“To see him crying was a very tough moment.” ?— TENNIS (@Tennis) June 3, 2022
Rafael Nadal had battled Alexander Zverev for 3:13 heading into a second-set tiebreaker when the German’s abrupt ankle injury ended their clash.
The finish sent the Spaniard, who turned 36 today, into his 14th #RolandGarros final.
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