Muguruza retired from Brisbane after collapsing with severe leg cramps.
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An unusually long list of injuries and illnesses could take its toll on the Australian Open, which has already seen withdrawals by Serena Williams and Andy Murray.Six-time Melbourne champion has been sidelined since Wimbledon in July with a right elbow injury.Stan WawrinkaThe 2014 champion and his team only decided to play the Australian Open Saturday as he returns from two operations on a knee cartilage injury. The 2008 Australian Open runner-up withdrew from the Qatar Open before it even started with a wrist injury.The world No. 3 retired from Brisbane after collapsing with severe leg cramps. Was bundled out of the Sydney International in the first round but said this week "so far, so good" on the injury.
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