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can someone please tell me what happened?

i watched muller hold for 2-3 and then i refresh the page and the score disappears
Milos fell at like 15-15 when up 2*-1, got treatment, somehow managed to hold despite not being able to move, then played statue on Muller's service game, then, I think correctly, retired.
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so this is a pretty bad injury then?

thats not good..
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so this is a pretty bad injury then?

thats not good..
Hard to know at this point, as it they rapped his upper left leg. Hopefully just a badly pulled muscle.
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I wonder if he'll recover in time for DC in Ecuador.
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I'd say he should take it easy and not go to DC. Unless he's absolutely 100%.

There's no need to risk anything, especially on clay
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well hopefully its nothing to serious and he'll be okay
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What a bad luck, hope it isn't serious
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at all those people who assume, that because milos held off a break point even if he was hurt that milos would have strolled though the match

im sorry but you cant judge how an entire match will turn out from one game
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at all those people who assume, that because milos held off a break point even if he was hurt that milos would have strolled though the match

im sorry but you cant judge how an entire match will turn out from one game
You didn't even see shit. If you watched the start of the match, you would have seen Milos break Muller who was getting almost all of his first serves in. You would have seen Milos clearly have the advantage in any neutral rally, and you would have seen almost no returns in play from Muller.

But oh no, we should listen to a debbie downer who didn't even see a single point.
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Milos was off to a quick start which makes this even tougher to swallow. I don't see him playing any DC unless he is 100 percent. Does this make Vasek the number one singles player?
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You didn't even see shit. If you watched the start of the match, you would have seen Milos break Muller who was getting almost all of his first serves in. You would have seen Milos clearly have the advantage in any neutral rally, and you would have seen almost no returns in play from Muller.

But oh no, we should listen to a debbie downer who didn't even see a single point.
who's to say things wouldnt change?
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who's to say things wouldnt change?
I'm not saying Milos was a guaranteed winner, but I'd put his odds very high after just the first three games of the match.

You on the other hand have a very strong opinion based on not watching anything, which you are parroting everywhere and which is identical to your opinion before the match. Since you didn't see a single point of the match, I have a hard time taking your posts seriously.
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whatever, i had an answer/defense but im not even going to bother because im really not in the mood to argue with anyone on this forum
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I just can't believe it.
Really bad luck, I got up from my nap and saw this.
I'm really sad... And I just can't believe Rafito's luck.

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what luck? muller should be as big of if not a bigger test for nadal then milos
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