Victoria Azarenka Has Withdrawn From Doha
by Tom Gainey | February 6th, 2014, 2:57 pm
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Two of the top tournaments in the Middle East could be without Victoria Azarenka. The oft-injured Belarussian announced that due to a foot injury she will be unable to play in Doha next week, and possibly miss Dubai later.

“I am sorry I can’t make it to Doha for the Qatar Total Open, but unfortunately I haven’t been able to recover on time from my ongoing foot injury,” Azarenka said. “I am thankful to all my fans in Doha and I look forward to coming back next year. I wish the best of luck to the tournament and hope that fans enjoy watching the other players that will be coming to that great event.”

Azarenka’s next event after Dubai is Indian Wells.


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