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northanlite
12 Jul 17 22:26
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Have I misunderstood this? If you have a preexisting injury you cannot get treatment on court?
So if you had a broken arm, let it be known then played on at no point can you get a medic on?
Broken arm is a fairly extreme example but you get the point.
Apparently neither Murray or Djoker could get treatment, That can't be right can it?
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Report wisewords July 12, 2017 10:28 PM BST
A pre-existing injury that they know about, yes. You shouldn't be playing if you're injured.
Report northanlite July 12, 2017 10:34 PM BST
huge grey area innit
Report n88uk July 13, 2017 6:15 PM BST
This is pretty much never enforced like this in reality. The majority of injuries will be pre-existing at least to some extent before the match begins.
Report n88uk July 13, 2017 6:15 PM BST
Djokovic did get treatment at the end of set 1. Murray could have got treatment but likely knew it would have no effect.
Report n88uk July 13, 2017 6:19 PM BST
In these specific cases they will have had lots of treatment before going onto court as these issues were long known. So the chances a 3 minute MTO would have the magic answer would be very unlikely.
Report wisewords July 13, 2017 6:50 PM BST

Jul 13, 2017 -- 12:15PM, n88uk wrote:


This is pretty much never enforced like this in reality. The majority of injuries will be pre-existing at least to some extent before the match begins.


hence me writing 'pre-existing injury that they know about'

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