Querrey out at Bangkok after arm injury

Updated: 29 September 2009 17:29 IST

Sam Querrey will miss the next four to six weeks of the ATP season after cutting his right forearm in an accident at Bangkok.

New York:

American Sam Querrey will miss the next four to six weeks of the ATP season after cutting his right forearm in an accident at Bangkok, according to the US Tennis Association.

Querrey, seeded third at the Bangkok event and ranked 25th in the world, suffered the injury after practising for the Thailand Open when he sat on a glass table and fell through it, requiring emergency surgery.

Querrey, 21, sent a Twitter message that simply said, "Worst day ever."

Topics : Tennis
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