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Tennis: Tímea Babos retracted from Budapest

Tennis: Tímea Babos retracted from Budapest

Timea Papus withdrew from the women’s doubles quarter-final scheduled for Thursday with a total prize pool of $235,000 (71.6 million forints) at the Romanian Tennis Academy in Budapest.

Tímea Babos withdrew from the Budapest Championship (Photo: István Matey / Hajdú-Bihari Diary)

According to the organizers’ information, the best Hungarian player did not follow up due to thigh problems, so on Tuesday he gave up his match against Belarusian Aljakszandra Szasnovics in a 6:0, 2:0 disadvantage.

The 121st place in the world rankings in doubles was supposed to compete with Jani Ricca on Thursday, and the duo will in principle also be present in the women’s doubles arena at the Tokyo Olympics.


“He was yesterday on an MRI where he was diagnosed with a slight detachment of the cartilage in his hips, as well as inflammation in his Achilles. said the department head who is also Billie Jean King, captain of the cup. – Now in Szombathely the hock is examined, and during the day the hip specialist will see it. In the end, the medical staff will decide the start of the Olympics, and we have not yet canceled from Tokyo, where we will travel on Monday. We’ll see how the next few days unfold.” he added.

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