Rafael Nadal has bitterly questioned the heavy workload of the tennis schedule for a spate of injuries that are jeopardising tennis stars' futures after he was forced to retire in the fifth set of his quarter-final after yet another injury. Annoyed to retire from his quarter-final match against Marin Cilic and thus continue a wretched injury history at the Melbourne tournament, Nadal challenged tour organisers for the high number of injuries.
Caroline Wozniacki has been world number one, she's won 27 titles, but she has never won a Grand Slam. She is now through to the semi-finals of the Australian Open after a three set defeat of Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro. Wozniacki won the first set 6-0 and might have wrapped the match up in two sets, with match point in the second set. But the Spaniard fought back to force it into a third set. "A lot of games we played in the first set were very close. I got lucky with game points," Wozniacki said.
In the end he could not run. World number one Rafael Nadal limped from the court beaten in four-and-a-half sets by Marin Cilic. In truth Nadal was beaten well before he went down a break at the start of the fifth set. He had had two injury timeouts and was massaged and crunched but could not loosen up his hip. He disobeyed his body and returned to the court for the fifth set, experimenting with whether he could buy enough points slugging from deep in the court. He couldn't.
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Selecting a term
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