Achilles Heel Injury Forces Williams To Withdraw

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An unfortunate Achilles Heel injury put paid to Serena’s hopes of playing in the French Open. As a result, robs her to achieve a record 24 grand slam victories. She was nursing the injury before she entered the tournament and got through the opening round. However, she was moving uncomfortably with a limp.

An Achilles injury need to be taken seriously. It could be one of the worst to recover from she said. This now does not allow for that record to be attempted until the Australian Open. Ir is open for debate whether that will suffer the same fate of postponement as the French Open. The French tournament was slated for May. Because of the Coronavirus had to be set forward until now.

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