Nicolas Almagro’s 2014 Season Is Reportedly Over, He’ll Undergo Foot Surgery On Monday
by Tom Gainey | June 28th, 2014, 10:11 am
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If Spanish media reports are correct, Nicolas Almagro’s 2014 season is over. According to Marca, the 27th-ranked Almagro will undergo left foot surgery for plantar fasciitis on Monday.

Almagro tried to play at the French Open but retired to Jack Sock after losing the first five games of their first round match. He then tried a month of rehab will little success, so surgery is now the only option.

ALmagro, who turns 29 in late August, beat Rafael Nadal in Barcelona.


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4 Comments for Nicolas Almagro’s 2014 Season Is Reportedly Over, He’ll Undergo Foot Surgery On Monday

jane Says:

too bad for nico: i wish him well.


madmax Says:

Oh oh. Not good news. Good wishes will be sent to him from every tennis fan, am sure.


Giles Says:

Wishing you a speedy recovery Nico.


Michael Says:

I wish him early recovery !!

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