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Nadal quits at Miami Open after feeling dizzy

 2016-03-27 09:25:14.0

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Miami:�Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal retired from a Miami Open match after feeling "dizzy" in stifling conditions. Nadal called for the doctor twice before quitting. He was then trailing 0-3 in the deciding set against World No. 94 Damir Dzumhur. This is also the first time in six years that Nadal has retired from a match. "Hopefully it's nothing, it's just the extreme conditions," Nadal was quoted as saying by the BBC on Sunday. "I called the doctor a couple of times but I felt I was not safe there, so I decided to go." Dzumhur was ahead of Nadal with 2-6, 6-4, 3-0 after an hour and 50 minutes when Nadal decided to quit. "Everything was fine until the end of the first set," added the 29-year-old. "I started to feel not very good, it was getting worse and worse and worse. In the second set I realised that I was not able to keep playing. I tried to resist but I got a little bit scared to be too dizzy. I wanted to finish the match but I seriously couldn't." The last match Nadal retired from was the 2010 Australian Open quarter-final against Britain's Andy Murray. (IANS)

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