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Comme Simon, Benoit Paire a lui aussi ete battu au 1er tour mardi par le Russe Nikolay Davydenko, victorieux en deux sets, 7-6 (10/8), 6-3.
Battu also justifies this decision in the context of the increasing number of meetings (nearly twice as many as previously since the crisis) and the current economic context.
Battu also insisted his client has no personal problems and said: "He just felt that he needed to take time out and take stock of the situation.
Newspaper reports suggested Campbell was ready to walk away from the game - but his lawyer, Bon Battu, yesterday dismissed any talk of the 31- year-old hanging up his boots.
Team-mate Robert Pires claimed Campbell had "a big worry on the private side" but the England centre-back's solicitor Bon Battu has dismissed that.
Campbell's solicitor Bon Battu confirmed the star needed a break after his horror show against the Hammers but will return to this week.
Le FC Barcelone a battu l'Atletico Madrid 1 a 0 grace a un coup franc magnifique de Lionel Messi, qui a marque le 600e but de sa carriere professionnelle, dimanche pour le compte de la 27e journee de la Liga.
Apres avoir perdu en demi-finale face a la Tunisie (23-27), l'equipe nationale U19 (garcons) de handball a decroche sa qualification pour le Mondial-2017 prevu en Georgie, apres avoir battu son homologue du RD Congo (22-15) vendredi apres-midi a Bamako, dans le match de la 3e place du championnat d'Afrique.
L' Ittihad Riadi de Tanger (IRT), nouveau promu en D1, a battu le Moghreb Fes par 2 a 0, samedi soir au Grand stade d'e Tanger en match de la 1ere journee du championnat de premiere division de football rebaptisee Botola Maroc Telecom D1.
La selection marocaine des moins de 17 ans de football a battu son homologue croate par 3 a 1, vendredi au stade de Fujairah (Emirats Arabes Unis), en match de la 1ere journee du groupe C de la 15e edition de la Coupe du Monde cadets.
Pour la cinquieme fois sur leurs six derniers affrontements, Rafael Nadal a battu Novak Djokovic en demie a Montreal.
Newspaper reports suggested Campbell was ready to walk away from the game - but his lawyer Bon Battu dismissed any talk of the 31-year-old hanging up his boots.