Great Britain’s James Ward has returned to winning ways after playing his first competitive match since August. The former world No.89 has missed six months of the tour after undergoing surgery to treat a knee injury. Ward only managed to play six tournaments last year due to knee problems as he fell outside of the […]
James Ward injury. Permalink . Nick Lester reports: "Am told James Ward has fractured his wrist after falling in Newport whilst practising a couple weeks ago,out of ...
Ward suffered from a back injury and was unable to play in the Davis Cup tie against Belgium.  On 30 April, Ward reached a career-high ranking in singles of No. 137.
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Britain’s James Ward, in action at Indian Wells, has been playing with a foot injury Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images. Britain’s James Ward, in action at Indian Wells, has been playing ...
James Ward is a British tennis player from London with a well-established career on the singles circuit. First appearing on the professional circuit in 2007 at the Valencia Open, Ward became a fixture of tennis in the UK, both as a member of the winning Great Britain team at the 2015 Davis Cup and as the former British No.2.
Bernard Tomic wins on grass court despite hamstring injury • Tomic wins first match in almost two months • Beats Britain's James Ward 6-3, 6-4 Bernard Tomic on his way to victory over James Ward.
The Tennis Centre’s James Ward will play Marcos Baghdatis in the first round at the AEGON Championships. Baghdatis was handed a wildcard after Japanese teenager Kei Nishikori pulled out. The Cypriot has been hampered by injury since the end of last year and he has yet to find his best form in 2009.
Southampton star James Ward-Prowse suffered a horror injury against Spurs He was caught on his right leg by a late challenge from Ryan Sessegnon The Spurs player looked shaken and Shane Long ...