British number two Heather Watson retires at Wuhan Open after complaining of dizziness


Heather Watson, who played two qualifiers on Saturday, had to retire from her clash against Madison Brengle while she was trailing 3-6 1-2.
After the first set, the doctor was called on court to check the 24-year-old’s blood pressure after she suffered double vision, but she managed to carry on for three games before retiring from the match.

The Brit was competing for the first time since losing in the first round of the US Open.