Another 2 bite the dust at Wimbledon
LONDON -- Frenchman Michael Llorda quit his singles match Thursday, then went back out on the court to play doubles -- yet another odd twist in what has been an unusually injury prone week at Wimbledon.
Llorda cited hamstring problems for forcing him to stop after losing the first set of his match against 23rd-seeded Andreas Seppi of Italy. Later, Llorda played and won his doubles match with partner Nicolas Mahut.
Asked about this unusual turn -- it's common for players to pull out ...
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