World No. 1 Ash Barty Withdraws From French Open Due To Hip Harm

Prime-ranked Ash Barty retired from her second-round match on the French Open on Thursday due to a left hip harm that had flared up throughout coaching simply earlier than the clay-court Grand Slam.

The 2019 champion trailed 6-1, 2-2 when she signaled that she couldn’t proceed towards Polish rival Magda Linette on Courtroom Philippe Chatrier.

“It’s heartbreaking,” Barty stated. “We now have had such an excellent clay-court season, and to form of get a bit of bit unfortunate with timing, greater than something, to have one thing form of acute occur over the weekend and simply form of run out of time towards the clock is disappointing.”



Ash Barty hits a backhand in her match towards Magda Linette. Barty ultimately retired from the match with a hip harm. 

Within the buildup to this French Open, Barty performed 13 matches on clay, successful 11. She posted a file of 27-5 and received three singles titles earlier than Roland Garros. However she was compelled to retire within the quarterfinals in Rome in Could due to an harm to her proper arm. She stated that harm had healed and didn’t hamper her in Paris.

The Australian began the match together with her left thigh bandaged and it was instantly clear she couldn’t transfer correctly. Too sluggish to chase her opponent’s photographs, she suffered in lengthy rallies and struggled together with her first serve.

Barty known as for a medical timeout on the finish of the opening set, then briefly left the courtroom for remedy. She stopped after Linette hit an ace. Barty then walked to the web to shake the Forty fifth-ranked participant’s hand.

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