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Serena Williams pulls out of Cincinnati as US Open looms

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*Cincinnati:* Serena Williams withdrew prior to her opening match at the WTA Cincinnati Masters on Tuesday with a back injury, another blow to the 23-time Grand Slam champion's US Open preparations. Williams retired from the WTA final in Toronto just four games in with back spasms on Sunday, handing the title to Canadian Bianca...
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News video: Naomi Osaka Nursing Knee Injury Days Before US Open

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Naomi Osaka is nursing a knee injury just days before the first round of play in the US Open. According to CNN, Osaka was forced to retire from the Cincinnati Masters on Friday due to her injury. Osaka, who is the first player from Japan to win a major, quit in the third set of her quarterfinal...

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