Tennis star Dudi Sela injured, but aims to recover for US Open

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August 17, 2009 21:35

 
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Dudi Sela retired in the second set of his first round match in the Cincinnati Open on Monday after aggravating a nagging groin injury. The 24-year-old, who remained at number 34 in the world rankings on Monday, was trailing Spain's Nicolas Almagro 6-4, 1-0 when he decided not to risk his health any further just two weeks before the start of the US Open in New York. Sela has also decided to pull-out of next week's tournament in New Haven to make sure he will be fit for the year's final Grand Slam and Israel's Davis Cup semifinal against Spain next month. illiams.

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