French player Harmony Tan taken off court in wheelchair at Australian Open

French player Harmony Tan taken off court in wheelchair at Australian Open

19/1/2022 10:08:00 AM

French player Harmony Tan taken off court in wheelchair at Australian Open

MELBOURNE: France\u0027s Harmony Tan had to be helped off court in a wheelchair on Wednesday (Jan 19) after breaking down in agony with calf problems during her Australian Open second round clash with Elina Svitolina. The unseeded 24-year-old was down 5-1 in the third and deciding set before the pain became\u0026nbs

MELBOURNE: France's Harmony Tan had to be helped off court in a wheelchair on Wednesday (Jan 19) after breaking down in agony with calf problems during her Australian Open second round clash with Elina Svitolina.The unseeded 24-year-old was down 5-1 in the third and deciding set before the pain became too much, and she was forced to withdraw.

"It was a rollercoaster match," said Ukraine's 15th seed Svitolina, whose 6-3, 5-7, 5-1 win set up a third round clash with two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka."Of course, it's very sad to see her leaving the court in a wheelchair. It's never, never good to see a player getting injured."

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