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Azarenka accused of cheating in Aussie Open win
Was it gamesmanship or a genuine misunderstanding?
The murky issue of cheating reared its ugly head at the Australian Open on Nike free RunnersThursday as world number one Victoria Azarenka took a controversial timeout on the verge of her semifinal victory against American teenager Sloane Stephens.
Leading by a set and 54, the defending champion had just missed five match points when she took a 10minute timeout, leaving her teenage opponent to sit and wait.
When she returned, the Belarussian broke Stephens to clinch a 61 64 victory and a place in the final.
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As jeers rang out around Rod Laver Arena, Azarenka compounded matters by making a bizarre courtside speech.
"I almost did the choke of the year," she said. "nike free 2.0,At 53 I had so many chances but I couldn't close it out. I felt a little bit overwhelmed that I was close to another final."
Former world number two Pam Shriver tweeted shortly afterwards: "A terrible call in Kim (Clijsters)Justine (Henin) final (in 2004) here helped usher in the challenge system. Now this injury charade of 10 minutes may cheap nike free runs change injury rule."
Azarenka told a press conference that she had required the timeout because of a "locked rib" that made it difficult to breathe.
"I had been struggling . in the second set (with) my back," she said. "And it just kept getting worse.cheap nike free runs I should have called the trainer a little bit earlier before (but) when I got to the point that I couldn't really breathe and had to go off court."
Under Australian Open rules, a player requesting treatment is evaluated and if they have developed "a treatable medical condition" they can then receive a threeminute medical timeout.
Though Azarenka had to leave the court for the treatment, the total break was closer to 10 minutes.
It is not the first time players have pushed the boundaries of what is nike free 2.0,acceptable.
At the US Open in 2005, Mary Pierce took a 12minute break for two simultaneous injuries in her semifinal with Elena Dementieva.
Russia's Dementieva had taken the first set with ease but when Pierce took her lengthy timeout, her rhythm was destroyed and the Frenchwoman recovered for victory.
At the time, officials were blamed for not enforcing the rules more strictly.
In another interview with ESPN immediately after the match on Thursday, Azarenka described it as a "panic attack".
Azarenka tried to explain away her oncourt comments as a misunderstanding, free run nike,saying she thought she had been asked why she couldn't close out the match, rather than what had happened with her timeout.
"I understand the whole situation right now but it just really simple misunderstanding of a question," she said. "I guess it was my bad.
"I should have called the trainer a little bit earlier, before I got to the point that I couldn't really breathe and had to go off court."
The incident was in stark contrast to theNike free Runners, quarterfinal between Stephens and Serena Williams on Wednesday, when Williams had suffered a back injury but took a quick timeout and then refused to blame it for her surprise defeat.
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