Arthur Cazaux, A Tennis Player, Collapses During A Miami Open Match.

After falling to the ground during the third set of his qualifying match against Harold Mayot on Monday, Arthur Cazaux was compelled to withdraw from the match and resign from the competition. Following Mayot’s victory in the opening set, which he won 6-4, Cazaux eventually leveled the match by winning the second set 7-5. Cazaux is seen falling to the ground in a video that was shared on social media. The video was taken when Cazaux and his opponent were getting ready to serve in the third set, with Cazaux leading 2-1.

Cazaux, who is wearing a black T-shirt and black shorts, is shown in the footage going down to his left and falling onto his back.After waiting for a few seconds, a medical professional and the match umpire finally make their way into the frame. Mayot, a fellow Frenchman, was awarded the victory after the 21-year-old player was eventually removed from the court in a wheelchair due to his injury.Mayot, who can be seen in another video posted on X walking over to check on Cazaux, has been being criticized on social media for his approach to the current situation.

After the event, he posted the following message on X: “Stop starting a false controversy for nothing.” It was my assumption that he was lying down because he was experiencing a cramp, but I did not witness him collapse. “When I understood that it was serious I immediately followed go to him and I was very worried.” He continued by saying, “I did everything in my power to assist.” Since the beginning of our relationship, we have shared nothing except a profound friendship and a sense of mutual trust.

“It is imperative that you refrain from sending your continuous hate. “I wish him a good recovery and the best.”In a third video that was uploaded on X, the match umpire can be heard saying that Cazaux had to retire “due to illness” as the player is still lying on the ground surrounded by officials and Mayot. Yesterday, temperatures in Florida reportedly hit 31 degrees Celsius (88 degrees Fahrenheit).Mayot will now compete against David Goffin of Belgium in order to secure a spot in the main draw. At the beginning of this year, Cazaux reached the fourth round of the Australian Open, which was a career high for him. He was ranked No. 74 in the ATP rankings.

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