Maria and Martina have both suffered injuries and they are considering whether or not to compete in Roland Garros which starts on 27 May.
The Russian hasn’t played since March when she lost to Serena Williams in Miami. Her right shoulder injury made her pull out of next week’s Italian Open, and she’s still considering whether to play in France. “I just want my fans to know that I am doing everything possible to be ready to play at the French Open,” she said.
The Swiss player has back and hip injuries and has also pulled out of Rome. She may recover till Roland Garros, but she won’t play unless she’s 100% ready. “I don’t know if it’s going to get better that quickly. I’ll see how far I get in the next two weeks,” she said. (Source: BBC Sport)
Get women's tennis updates to your inbox.