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Pliskova fifth star to skip Qatar Open

Pliskova fifth star to skip Qatar Open

14/2/2019 11:33:00 AM

Pliskova fifth star to skip Qatar Open

Karolina Pliskova yesterday became the fifth player from the world's top 20 to withdraw from an injury-ravaged Qatar Open. The world No. 5 joins Caroline Wozniacki, Ashleigh Barty and Caroline Garcia who also pulled out since the tournament started, as well as newly crowned...

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