Serena Williams: ‘Back spasms are incredibly painful’

Serena Williams: ‘Back spasms are incredibly painful’
Serena Williams: ‘Back spasms are incredibly painful’
It started yesterday and my match, and it just got worse, is just my whole back is completely spasms and to a point where I could please, but I couldn’t really move in. So I was just trying to figure out. How do you play a match where you have no rotation like? I said it’s just that the most frustrating part is that I’ve had these awful spasms for a lot in my career actually but and they’re incredibly painful. But you know it goes away after, like 24 36, maybe 48 hours and like clockwork. So I do different treatments. I do I take a day off, but obviously I didn’t have 24 hours or + to take off so, but in that first phase. That is incredibly painful to a point where I usually I don’t get out of bed. So if it’s what it typically happens, I will I will be fine, but I
Bianca Andreescu (top right), 19, became the first Canadian to win the Rogers Cup in 50 years when Serena Williams (left), 37, retired because of her injury on Sunday. Williams was comforted (bottom right) by her 19-year-old opponent as she broke down in tears and apologized after back spasms forced her to retire from the match. Andreescu was up 3-1 in the first set when Williams called for a medical timeout. Less than a minute later, the chair umpire announced that Williams was retiring from the match, handing Andreescu her second WTA Premier title of the season.

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