Originally Posted by PSNELKE
Just going by **** logic. That's pretty much the only "argument" they got regarding a silent ban.
So it is really that unlikely that a guy with such a devastating, knee wrecking game is really injured?
Wild guesses and accusations caused by the anger of butthurt fanboys plead one guilty?
It's not that his injury is unlikely... It's the fact that he is injured right after his R2 loss at Wimbledon. I don't remember seeing Rafa injured during his last match.. and if he was you can be sure he'd take a MTO. So I'm not sure when did he actually get injured.