Masters Cup: Rain delays play

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:04 IST

Gaston Gaudio of Argentina and Carlos Moya of Spain walked out of their second match of the rain-interrupted Masters Cup on Wednesday.

Houston:

Reigning French Open champion Gaston Gaudio of Argentina and the 1998 Roland Garros champion Carlos Moya of Spain walked out under slate-grey skies for their second match of the rain-interrupted Masters Cup on Wednesday. Just one point was possible - an ace by Moya - before they were forced off court by rain with less than a minute of the match played. Both players lost their opening games in the Red Group. In the day's other singles match, world number one and defending champion Roger Federer faces former-world number one and twice winner Lleyton Hewitt. (AP)

Topics : Tennis
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