The Frenchman, revelation of the season after his run at the Australian Open, collapsed on the court.

An image that we don’t like to see at all. Engaged in the qualifications of the Masters 1000 in Miami on the night of Monday to Tuesday, the Frenchman Arthur Cazaux, revelation at the start of the season among the French with his round of 16 at the Australian Open, collapsed on the court while he was opposed to his compatriot Harold Mayot.

While leading 4-6, 7-5, 2-1, the 21-year-old player, 74th in the world, fell just before the return of service while the match had lasted for more than two hours in trying weather conditions (the temperature was above 30°C). On his “I didn’t see him fall and I thought he was lying down because he had a cramp. When I realized it was serious I immediately went to him and was very worried,” he explained.