well Duncan's probably a foot fault
. An unforced error."
The 23-time Grand Slam winner (right) went 5-1 up in the third set against Karolina Pliskova but after a foot fault
on her first serve for the victory, she landed awkwardly on her left ankle.
But it was not to be, a foot fault
and a rolled ankle saw Williams' match unravel.
Williams had her first match point at 5-1 but, after being called for a foot fault
on what appeared to be an ace, she jarred her left ankle and did not win another point on serve during the match.
Mathews was on 30, and Karunaratne on 36 after being given a life on 33 when Neil Wagner had him caught at mid-wicket, only to have the delivery ruled a no-ball due to a foot fault
Karunaratne was given a life on 33 when Neil Wagner had him caught at mid-wicket, only to have the delivery ruled a no-ball due to a foot fault
The Aussie was pulled up for a foot fault
in his win over Robin Haase but accepted the explanation with a smile.
The 30-year-old Italian had by now started a running dispute with umpire James Keothavong over challenges and a couple of foot fault
calls, and quickly went a break down at the start of the third set.
for Pedro Caixinha can't control his anger at Ibrox as Josh Windass takes a clattering and he spots that his luminous boots are verging on green.
To assess the functional recovery after stroke in the four different groups, the modified Neurological Severity Score (mNSS score) and the Foot Fault
test were performed at 1 d before and 1 d, 3 d, 7 d, and 14 d after stroke induction [25, 26].
At one such moment, with Williams serving at deuce after a double-fault, she was called for a foot fault
, erasing what would have been a 121 mph ace.
In order to analyze the complete step sequence, analysis of the foot fault
scoring system was modified as follows: starting with the limb that began the walk, consecutive steps were all estimated.