Bradley Klahn bows out of LG&T Tennis Challenger due to injury
7/18/2014 (Updated 10:53:11 PM)
With the final round of the LG&T Tennis Challenger just around the corner, Bradley Klahn will not be a part of the weekend. The California native and 75th player in the world finished second in the tournament last year and will be dropping out due to a foot injury. We don't know how serious it is but we do know he will not be playing with his doubles partner Jordan Thompson. The two were scheduled to play Cox and Smethurst in the double semifinal tomorrow at Rec Park.
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