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Wrist Injury Forces Nadal to Withdraw from Toronto and Cincinnati

Rafael Nadal

A right wrist injury has forced Rafael Nadal to withdraw from Toronto and Cincinnati, the two Masters 1000 tournaments which lead up to the US Open, according to a report from Ben Rothenberg of the New York Times. Nadal is the defending champion at both, as well as the US Open.

In a statement released by the Cincinnati Masters, Nadal said, “After the tests I have undergone today in Spain, including an M.R.I., and checking with my doctors, I will have to stay out of competition for at least 2-3 weeks.”

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