The chances of tennis fans seeing world No. 1 Novak Djokovic complete the rare calendar-year grand slam got a bit better on Thursday. That’s because Rafael Nadal pulled out of Wimbledon with a wrist injury, and certainly Nadal — if he was healthy — is one of likely just a few men who realistically would have had a shot to beat Djokovic on the grass of the All-England Club, although he wasn’t the favorite in the sports betting odds.
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