No More Venus Williams at U.s. Open This Year

United States tennis player daughter, Venus Williams, left the Arthur Ashe Stadium, Thursday, September 1, 2011 AM or Wednesday evening. The holder of seven Grand Slam titles that inevitably took off his chances to win the title in this year’s U.S. Open tournament held at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

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And now no longer known when she can return to the field. »I am so grateful I could finally find out what actually happened to me. Now I just want the focus to heal ourselves in order to quickly return to the field, “Williams said.

The doctor had just diagnosed a disease that attacks the immune system of Williams. In recent years, health problems overshadow Williams with her sister, Serena. Both tanks lost to the earth and make people wonder will there be tennis players from the U.S. as they are able to carry so much impact in the world of sports, especially tennis.

Serena has just returned to the field and had to fight back from the bottom ranks after an absence of nearly a year. He will continue his struggle in the U.S. Open when meeting with the Dutch tennis player, Michaella Krajicek, the advanced second round, Friday, September 2, 2011.

Their absence as well as making the United States unable to compete in world tennis. Nevertheless, the absence of the two big names from the U.S. This did not dampen the spirit of the players in the arena hosts the hard court Grand Slam is.

One of them is Christina McHale, who had just defeated one of the Grand Slam tennis tournament finalist from France, Marion Bartoli, 7-6 (2), 6-2. McHale, who was 19 years old, began showing geliatnya while defeating world tennis queen, Caroline Wozniacki, in Cincinnati last month.

Other players are a direct Irina Falconi celebrates his victory over the 14th seed from Slovakia, Dominika Cibulkova, with the U.S. national flag.

»I want to show that there are a lot of potential players that will emerge from the U.S.. They’re popping up and no need to wait any longer, “said Falconi who defeated Cibulkova 2-6, 6-3, 7-5.

The same thing was also felt by McHale. »I think the young players in America are mutually supportive of one another to get better,” he said.

And still continue facing challenges both players are within two weeks. McHa

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