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David Goffin sees French Open challenge ended by ankle injury

David Goffin sees French Open challenge ended by ankle injury

Medical staff were quick to attend Goffin and inspect his ankle, but a few minutes later the chair umpire announced that he had been forced to retire from the match.

The third-seeded American twins Bob and Mike Bryan lost in the second round at Roland Garros, beaten by Sam Groth of Australia and Robert Lindstedt of Sweden 7-6 (4), 6-3 on Friday. Goffin's right foot got stuck under the cover used to protect the court overnight or in case of heavy rain.

Zeballos, who had already achieved his best result at a grand slam by reaching round three, will face either Dominic Thiem or Steve Johnson in his next match.

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Earlier in the week, the top two pairings lost in the first round of the French Open for the first time in the Open era, which began in 1968.

Goffin reached out with his left hand to try to brace himself against a wall but crumpled to the ground, wincing and clutching at his ankle.

Goffin turned on a sixpence and sprinted to return the ball, playing a fine lob over Zeballos.

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However, Zeballos hit back to earn a break point and the Argentinian was then handed an unexpectedly swift passage into round four when Goffin took a tumble at the back of the court and was unable to continue.

"There is no tearing of the ligaments and no bone that's been broken, either", said Van Cleemput. "I don't know. I can't answer this question".

"There will be consequences", he said.

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