Rafa's injury poses bigger questions
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- Head down, eyes covered by a white hat, Rafael Nadal played with his phone, oblivious to the commotion all around him.
In the bowels of the stadium at the Sony Ericsson Open on Friday, photographers and reporters zealously jockeyed for position in the interview room, eagerly awaiting the autopsy report of his abbreviated tournament.
Nadal, the No. 2-ranked player in the world, pulled out of his greatly anticipated semifinal match with No. 4 Andy Murray. For about ...
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