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Nadal withdraws from French Open, Kyrgios in trouble

Rafael Nadal announced his sudden withdrawal from the French Open, citing a left wrist injury. Nick Kyrgios, who fell in straight sets to Richard Gasquet, is also headed home. (Follow live on CourtCast.)

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Murray breezes into French Open fourth round

After fighting through the opening two rounds at Roland Garros with five-set victories, Andy Murray enjoyed a more straightforward win against Ivo Karlovic in Paris.

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Sharapova added to preliminary Olympic team

Maria Sharapova, suspended since March for testing positive for the banned substance meldonium, has been included by Russia on its preliminary Olympic team.

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Tomic does care, regrets $10 million outburst

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Watson closes in on Rio with Gibbs victory

Heather Watson raced out of the blocks on day two of the rain-affected French Open, winning five straight games to seal a three-set victory over Nicole Gibbs.

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Garcia beats Lucic-Baroni for Strasbourg crown

Caroline Garcia of France beat veteran Mirjana Lucic-Baroni of Croatia 6-4, 6-1 to win the Strasbourg International on Saturday for her second career title.

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Thiem beats Zverev in Nice for 6th career title

Top-seeded Dominic Thiem of Austria beat German teen Alexander Zverev 6-4, 3-6, 6-0 to win the clay-court Nice Open final and clinch his third ATP title of the year.

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Time for me to take Twitter break to grind and hit some balls perfect weather this morning in San Rafael already low 70's

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Isner has rallied to force a fifth set against Gabashvili. Isner 5-14 in five set matches in his career, Gabashvili 3-6. #RG16

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(2) Agnieszka Radwanska outlasts Barbora Strycova for a 6-2 6-7(6) 6-2 win. She'll face either Stephens or Pironkova in Round of 16. #RG16

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Nadal on whether he'll be ready for Wimbledon: "We're gonna work hard to be ready for Wimbledon. For the moment I need a couple of weeks with that, you know, with the immobilization. Then we're gonna do the treatment, and we hope the treatment works well. We expect to recover quick, to be ready for Wimbledon, no? But at this moment, you know, it's not a moment to talk about that. "It's just a moment to go day by day, to work hard. I hope to have a fast recovery."

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(5) Nishikori hangs on to beat Verdasco 6-3 6-4 3-6 2-6 6-4. Elsewhere, Gabashvili leads Isner 2 sets to 1, but Isner has break in fourth.

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(Rafa cont.) "It's obvious that if it's not Roland Garros I will probably not take risks on playing the first two days, but is the most important event of the year for me so we tried our best. We take risks yesterday. That's why we played with anesthetic injection, so without feeling at all on the wrist. "But, you know, when I am coming to Roland Garros, I am coming -- today I am coming thinking about winning the tournament. To win the tournament I need five more matches, and the doctor says that's 100 percent impossible. That gonna be 100 percent broked. I cannot say in English because I don't know exactly the name. Is I think is the sheath of the tendon."

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(Rafa cont.) "The thing is yesterday night I start to feel more and more pain, and today in the morning I feel that I could not move much the wrist. So I came here, I did MRI, and I did echography. "Well, and the results are not positive. The real thing is not 100 percent, you know. It's not broked, but if I keep playing gonna be broked next couple of days. Every day the image is a little bit worse."

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

A few notable quotes from Nadal's presser: "Every day [the pain in my wrist] is stronger, and I arrived here with a little bit of pain but something that I think I was able to manage. "Every day was a little bit worse. We tried to do all the treatments possible. Every single day we spent a lot of hours here working so hard to try to play. Yesterday I played with an injection on the wrist with anesthetic, just to sleep my wrist, to play."