Colombian tennis player Camila Osorio, number 63 in the WTA world ranking, said goodbye to the Wimbledon tournament on Monday when she left the match due to injury when she was losing against Belgian Elise Mertens.
Mertens, 26, seeded number 24, and Osorio, 20, had been playing for an hour and 41 minutes, with a favorable score for the Belgian 1-6, 6-2, 4-2 when the Colombian, who He had already fallen in the first round on grass in Birmingham, Nottingham and Eastbourne, he went to the ground when fighting a ball.
Unable to get up and continue the match, Osorio, in tears from the physical and emotional pain of leaving Wimbledon, went to the dressing room to be treated.
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The tennis player from Norte de Santander, for the moment, hopes to recover in the best way to aspire to the last Grand Slam of the season, which is the US Open.
At the moment, Colombia remains at Wimbledon with the tennis players Daniel Galán in men’s singles and the pair of doubles Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah.