Oudin returns after muscle-damage diagnosis

by: Kamakshi Tandon | March 31, 2014

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email
Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email

AP Photo

Melanie Oudin has returned to tournament play for the first time since last year, losing to Petra Cetkovska, 3-6, 6-3, 7-5, in Osprey, a $50,000 ITF Pro Circuit event.

It was her first event since November, shortly after which she was diagnosed with rhabdomyolysis, which can cause muscle damage. "My arms are so weak," she told the Associated Press last year. "I can barely carry anything."

Oudin, 22, is now ranked No. 132.

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email

More Stories

Doctor: Novak Djokovic has bone bruise, is unlikely to play U.S. Open

Djokovic will need rehab on his elbow and still wants to avoid surgery. 

Aviators get back on track with win over Empire in Mylan WTT

After dropping their first home match of the season, the defending champs rebounded. 

Tomic admits he hasn't really tried in career, only plays for money

The Aussie added that fans should watch him on TV rather than pay to see him in person.