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Question Richard Krajicek?

any news on Richard Krajicek? ever since he had to retire in his 1st round match at the USO against Novak (b/c of a right heel injury) i haven't heard anything about him. i miss my boy! maybe he's resting up for the Master Series tournaments coming up?

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I thought that he was injured and was out for the season?

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he had surgery and will be out for at least 3 months
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oh no an other surgery!

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Oh no!

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yep more surgery
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Thumbs up

He's had surgery straight after he retired from his match at the USO. I saw him on a tv show last week and he said that it's going better now. And we'll try to get back to the circuit somewhere around AO.
I hope he gets well soon.
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oh no, surgery hope to see him back at the AO...

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Get well soon RK!!
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it was foot surgery wasn't it? At Wimbledon his feet were bleeding, and then USO he retired with a foot injury? He's my favorite player, because he's hansome, he's the sweetest player to fans (besides Marat and Lleyton), and he volleys! He's listed for Madrid, boo hoo.
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