Australian Open: Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams Suffer Injury – See What Maria Sharapova Said When She Dropped…

The report about champion Serena Williams may be shocking to a lot of her fans especially as it pertains to this month’s Australian Open but the truth is that the star is currently down with injury and may likely not be able to make it according to sources.

Unfortunately, she is not alone in this, there are also doubts that Maria Sharapova will be able to make it as well as they were both pulled out during their warm-up events.

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Our sources detailed that the world number one and two are currently out and are likely not to be recover just before January 18 when the event is set to begin. Serena Williams is down with a niggling knee injury and dropped down when sprawling 7-5, 2-1 to Australia’s Jarmila Wolfe in the Hopman Cup.

While Sharapova who has the credit of Five-time Grand Slam winner retired from the Brisbane International following an arm injury.
The irony about this whole thing is that the World number one, Williams didn’t do so much in the latter half of last year and now she’s likely not going to feature in this forthcoming event as we recount that just Monday she pulled out from the United States’ opening Hopman Cup tie.

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According to report, the 34-year-old made quite an effort to keep the spirit going; in her last moments can testify to that. Yes, she did some training on Tuesday but later dropped out following a nagging knee injury that became obvious when she was broken by Wolfe. After she dropped, she called the trainer to her side and said “I just have some inflammation that’s been going away very slowly,” she explained. “(It needs) a little rest, a little treatment.”

While Russian Sharapova whom we thought would be able to make it for Brisbane where she was supposed to defend her title said: “I hurt my forearm in practice a couple days ago and need to precautionary withdraw with the Australian Open starting soon.”

Whatever be the case, world number one was supposed to be bidding to retain her title in Melbourne but with this development, we can’t just say what fate holds for her; we hope she recovers just in time and do the job.

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