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Henman turned down a Paris wildcard

The Englishman was forced to turn down the offer of a wild card from tournament director Cedric Pioline last Friday.

“It was a shame I had to say no,” Henman continued. “I would have loved to have gone back to Paris where I won the event in 2003 but the knee was too sore at that stage to say yes.”



Very interesting, I think we all just assumed he hadn't been offered one when he wasn't in the draw.


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Not a suprise really. As I'd think he'd turn it down having a bit of injury scare and all. As if he didn't get that injury in Basle I for one would've thought he'd be at Paris no question at all.

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