Frank is either the most fragile player on the tour or the unluckiest... I really hold out hope its the latter.
Last year he played through an injury that cost him US qualies so hopefully this is a maybe a precautionary move if anything. At least I hope so, because I was looking forward to possibly seeing four Canucks at US Open qualies this year
what the hell are you talking about 4?
milos, frank and peter..i count 3
on another note..frank
was anyone there watching? does anyone know what happened?
It's his leg. He asked for the trainer between sets. It didn't look to be too serious but he obviously couldn't continue to compete at a reasonable level of play. I was sitting near Martin Laurendeau and he didn't look very surprised when he retired.
I don't think he will play Vancouver. I don't think he should neither. But I'd be very surprised if he'd miss the Rogers Cup.
I agree that it would make the most sense for Frank to pull out; the Rogers Cup will be his last direct ATP MD entry for quite some time, he needs to rest up and try to take advantage, rather than risk further injury.