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Bethanie Mattek-Sands Suffers Brutal Leg Injury At Wimbledon

Bethanie Mattek-Sands Suffers Brutal Leg Injury At Wimbledon

USA star Bethanie Mattek-Sands was in the third and final set of her second-round singles match against Romanian Sorana Cirstea when her leg buckled and she fell to the ground in pain.

"Please knock me out, please knock me out". Cirstea, who was first on the spot to help her stricken friend, felt the American wildcard was left too long crying in pain. After the American went down, it took nearly 20 minutes for the medical staff to get her onto a stretcher and remove her from the court. I'm just, like, really hurt for her that she's hurt again like that. Have you given me any fucking painkillers?

Paramedics gave her lengthy treatment including oxygen, but her screams could still be heard on nearby courts.

"Please knock me out, please knock me out". No further information about the extent of the current injury was immediately released.

The announcers and those in attendance didn't appear to realize how serious the injury was - until Mattek-Sands started screaming for help with frightening urgency.

Cirstea rushed over the net toward Mattek-Sands after watching her opponent collapse in agony. When she was screaming so loud, it was a very uncomfortable moment. "I've never seen anything like this, but it wasn't in a normal position", reported the Express.

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"I called for help, but no-one was coming".

"Of course you wonder what happen if it was a heart issue or something like this", Cirstea said.

Mattek-Sands was tied with Cirsea, at one set apiece, as the game headed into the third set at the All England Club.

A sickening injury suffered by American Bethanie Mattek-Sands cast a cloud over Wimbledon on Thursday.

Bethanie Mattek-Sands was waiting today to find out the severity of her injury after a horror fall during her singles match at Wimbledon.

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