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Federer And Osaka Pull Out Of Italian Open

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Federer And Osaka Pull Out Of Italian Open

Federer And Osaka Pull Out Of Italian Open

Naomi Osaka and Roger Federer have pulled out of their quarterfinal singles matches at the Italian Open due to injuries.

According to CNN, the news comes after both players completed two rounds Thursday following Wednesday's rain-affected washout in Rome.

Federer, who defeated Borna Coric of Croatia in a come from behind win to reach the quarterfinals, has withdrawn due to an injury to his right leg.

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