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Clijsters out of Madrid tournament

BRUSSELS, May 4- Belgian Kim Clijsters has pulled out of next week's Madrid WTA tournament because of a foot injury.
A scan revealed two small tears in the muscles of her left foot, a statement issued by the player revealed on Tuesday.

"This type of injury requires several weeks rest. Her participation in the Madrid tournament is premature," the statement added.

"We’re waiting to see how the treatment goes before considering Kim’s return to competition."

The world number 11 remains doubtful for the French Open from May 24-June 7.



  1. Michael Kamasia

    March 17, 2015 at 12:15 pm

    You reason like someone who never saw an inside of a class room.

  2. Countess

    March 18, 2015 at 9:23 am

    Shallow thinking, with only 2017 Uhuruto re-election coalition in mind. What happens to the victims of the 2008 PEV? How about the resources that ICC has put in this case? Someone has to pay and I am afraid that is the person you are trying to shield

    • Natty Dread

      March 20, 2015 at 11:16 am

      I think that it is shallower to think that a miscarriage of justice will atone for the lives lost or justify the huge expense that this case has caused to the ICC and the Kenyan people.

      Bensouda had to halt the Uhuru case because the key witness was a liar. She could have gone on and on, until the day that that witness would be forced to the stand by the defence, to blow the entire farce to pieces.

  3. One Ruster

    March 21, 2015 at 1:03 pm

    Ruto should go to jail

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