Novak Djokovic withdrew earlier today from the Boodles event in London. The reason could be because of his right wrist, that according to the French magazine L’Equipe who said the Serb withdrew as a precautionary measure.
Djokovic first injured the wrist in April after Miami. After withdrawing from Madrid the Serb hasn’t shown any discomfort with the injury since. Today’s news, though, doesn’t sound good for Wimbledon.
The former champion is slated to be the top seed when Wimbledon begins on Monday. The draw comes out Friday.
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