She has been in the semifinals of Wimbledon and has won WTA titles, but now the 30-year-old German tennis champion Julia Görges hit by mysterious problems.
Recently, she has this week had to withdraw from completing the match against Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at home in the Stuttgart Open.
- the Problem is that my cervical vertebrae are so irritated that it affects the nerves, and I can't feel three of my fingers.
- I can't explain it. I have never had it like that before, says Görges, according to Blick.
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It is not fun to be Julia Görges at this time. Photo: AP / Michael Cummo
Julia Görges had to pull out with a mysterious injury. Photo: Thomas Kienzle/Ritzau Scanpix
Görges has had problems in 16 days, but tried anyway in the Stuttgart tournament which she won in 2011.
- I can't feel my fingers. The hands are cold, and that does not happen much, says Görges.
- Now it's all about, that the symptoms should be gone, so there is not happening anything worse.
- when you nothing feel, so it's not quite fun, to be honest, says Görges.
Julia Görges has previously been perched at number nine in the world, while she pt is ranked number 17 in the world ranking.
How it looked, as Julia Görges won in Stuttgart in 2011 with a cup against Caroline Wozniacki. Photo: AP / DAniel Maurer
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