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Zverev Pulls Out Of U.S. Open With Ankle Surgery

PARIS, France - World number two Alexander Zverev has withdraw from the U.S. Open as he continues his recovery following ankle surgery, tournament organiser said on Monday.

The 25 - year - old underwent surgery in June after damaging ligaments in his right ankle during this year's Roland Garros semi - final against Rafa Nadal.

'Alexander Zverev has withdrawn from the U.S. Open. Get well soon, Alex!' organisers said in a brief statement.

The German earlier said that he expected to be back from injury to play for Germany in the Davis Cup in September but added there was a chance that he could return earlier and feature at Flushing Meadows, where he reached the final in 2020.

The year's final Grand Slam gets under way next Monday.



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