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Like Svitolina, Wozniacki was forced to give her opponent a walkover in Hong Kong, hindered by an elbow injury.
Vijay Singh won in a walkover in 2008 but didn’t play well at all in 2009 and finished 81st in the standings.
Less than three months ago, Kenya was coasting to its most uneventful election in years, with commentators predicting a walkover for incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta.
In leading Michigan to a 35–14 win from there, Peters put the doom-and-gloom forecast for the offense on temporary hiatus and ensured that the Wolverines won’t be a total walkover in November.
Jack Sock, who won in a walkover when Raonic pulled out with a hamstring tear, will defend his title.
Tammy Marris said he's been told to stay off the beach and walkovers for six months for violating an ordinance that prohibits soliciting on the beach.
The main question surrounding the potential bout is the rules the fighters would adhere to, with many concerned that Mayweather's vastly superior boxing skills would make a standard boxing match a walkover.
Nishikori has been repeatedly hindered by minor injuries, handing a walkover to Novak Djokovic at the Madrid Open in May with a wrist injury of his own prior to losing to del Potro in Rome the next week.
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