The second week of the 2016 French Open will move on without Roland Garros ' greatest conqueror, Rafael Nadal. The Spanish champion’s shocking withdrawal has left a hollow aftermath for tennis fans who anticipated a semifinal showdown with Novak Djokovic. Even with the drama of Nadal vs. Show More Summary
Although rain and thunderstorms dampened the first week of the 2016 French Open, sky blue shown brightly over the red clay at Roland Garros. Worn by Nike sponsored stars Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Eugenie Bouchard, bright blue...Show More Summary
Friday’s French Open third round was overshadowed by the news that nine-time champion Rafael Nadal has been forced to withdraw from this year’s competition through injury. The Spaniard was set to play countryman Marcel Granollers-Pujol...Show More Summary
Fourth seed Nadal, who will be 30 next week, stunned the tournament on Friday when he announced he was pulling out despite dropping only nine games in his first two rounds.
Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams will play in third-round matchups on Saturday. While Friday saw the early departure of Rafael Nadal from the 2016 French Open due to injury, Saturday will feature top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams making yet another push toward a grand slam title. Show More Summary
Andy Murray was hurried out of the room to make way for Rafael Nadal’s unexpected entrance as the Spaniard revealed he would be withdrawing from the French Open.
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Rafael Nadal exited the 2016 French Open earlier than expected, withdrawing prior to his third-round match against Marcel Granollers due to a wrist injury. Nadal announced his injury in a short post on his official Facebook page: Christopher...Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal's withdrawal from the 2016 French Open inflicts another injury on an already battered tennis season. Every sport takes a hit. However, after some serious blows, tennis is hemorrhaging. Roger Federer withdrew from the French Open. Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal wrote a message to his fans.
Nine-time champion and No. 4 seed Rafael Nadal is out of the 2016 French Open after announcing his withdrawal due to injury, but Britain's Andy Murray cruised into the next round on Friday. A left wrist injury forced out Nadal, who was close to tears in his press conference to confirm his exit. Murray made short work of No. Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal was forced to withdraw from the 2016 French Open on Friday because of a lingering wrist injury ahead of his third-round match. Continue for updates. Nadal's Status Uncertain After Exiting Major Friday, May 27 Tom Perrotta of the Wall Street Journal confirmed the news. Show More Summary
Friday’s announcement by Nadal, the nine-time French Open champion, sent a shock wave through Roland Garros.
A left wrist injury has forced Rafael Nadal to bow out of the French Open. In a press conference Friday, Nadal announced his decision, telling reporters he felt the wrist had a high probability of breaking if he did not withdraw from the tournament at Roland Garros. The decision comes a day after the 29-year-old picked […]
Rafael Nadal has made a shock withdrawal from the French Open after developing a problem in his left wrist. The emotional nine-time champion withdrew from the tournament on Friday.
Nadal is the all-time winningest player at the French Open, but withdrew on Friday. Nine-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal withdrew from the tournament on Friday, citing a wrist injury that he could no longer play through. "I have...Show More Summary
A huge shock at Roland Garros, where nine-time champion Rafael Nadal announces he's withdrawing from the tournament because of a wrist injury.
Rafael Nadal's French Open is over because of a left wrist injury.
Nine-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal pulled out of the Grand Slam tournament on Friday, citing an injury to his left wrist. He announced his withdrawal the day before he would have been scheduled to play in the third round. The left-handed Spaniard wore a blue brace on his wrist during what...
Rafael Nadal flashed his vintage form in the first two rounds of the 2016 French Open. He dished out three breadsticks to Sam Groth and a bagel to Facundo Bagnis in winning 36 of 45 total games. He could have opened up a Parisian bakery. So far, so good for the Spanish superstar heading into his third-rounder against hard-serving Marcel Granollers. Show More Summary