Mystery underfoot at Australian Open

Originally Published: January 29, 2013
By Kamakshi Tandon | Special to ESPN.com

MELBOURNE, Australia -- There was mystery underfoot at this year's Australian Open.

The tournament was dotted with high-profile leg injuries, and the women's event in particular was defined by them. On Rod Laver Arena, Serena Williams rolled her ankle in the first round, Victoria Azarenka tweaked her knee in the semifinals and Li Na twisted her ankle -- twice -- in the final.

There was also a cruel turn of events on the men's side, with Brian Baker leaving the court in a wheelchair ...

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