Washington, March 24: Spaniard Rafael dal’s ankle is still a hanging concern for his bid to win the ATP Miami Open title.
World No.3 dal is coming off a run to the quarter-fils at the Indian Wells, where he lost to Cada’s Milos Raonic. dal, 14-time Grand Slam champion, failed to complete the practice session on Monday, reports Xinhua.
“Rafael dal didn’t finish the practice today (on Monday). It looks like his ankle is OK, however, we will see how things evolve,” his spokesman tweeted.
dal is a four-time Miami runner-up, losing to current world No.1 Novak Djokovic of Serbia in the 2011 and 2014 fils, Russia’s Nikolay Davydenko in the 2008 and Swiss maestro Roger Federer in the 2005 title matches. IANS