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03:30  25 august  2019
03:30  25 august  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Del Potro out of US Open because of right knee . UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Defending champion Kevin Anderson has withdrawn from the New York Open because of a right elbow injury . Frances Tiafoe , the American who reached the Australian Open quarterfinals before falling to runner-up Rafael Nadal

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has pulled out of the US Open as he continues to recover from the knee injury he aggravated at Wimbledon. The world number eight was among a host of players who either did not start or did not complete their second-round matches at the All England Club.

Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open © Getty Images One-time US Open finalist Kevin Anderson

Former US Open finalist Kevin Anderson will not play at Flushing Meadows next week due to a right knee injury, the United States Tennis Association has announced.

World number 17 Anderson was beaten by Rafael Nadal in the 2017 final in New York, while he lost at the same stage at Wimbledon to Novak Djokovic in 2018.

But the South African's hopes of a breakthrough grand slam title have been ended for another year after he was forced to withdraw from the US Open two days before his tournament opener.

Anderson has played just 15 matches on the ATP Tour this season and has not featured since Wimbledon.

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UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Defending champion Kevin Anderson has withdrawn from the New York Open because of a right elbow injury . Australian Alex de Minaur, last year's ATP top rookie, also pulled out of the tournament because of an Former US Open champion Andy Murray will not play

He had been drawn as the 16th seed at Flushing Meadows, but lucky loser Paolo Lorenzi will take his place against 16-year-old American Zachary Svajda.

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Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open
Knee injury rules Kevin Anderson out of US Open

Consultant surgeon, 48, is suspended for performing WRONG type of knee operation then covering his tracks by bringing patient back for more surgery six days later and falsifying records.
Trauma surgeon Alan Norrish, 48, admitted giving a patient the wrong type of knee replacement surgery at the Nuffield Hospital in Cambridge in January 2018. A medical standards tribunal heard the type of surgery was not clinically indicated before the op and so Mr  Norrish falsified the patient's records and then performed revision surgery six days later. It was later found he had lied in an email to a hospital matron about the reason for the second operation, carried out on January 25, 2018.

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