I need help please!
Her opponent Sorana Cirstea rushed to her side but she could hardly look as she saw the American's knee "out of place".
Safarova was pictured in tears at courtside while her stricken friend was wheeled away to a waiting ambulance.
Photos from the Sun show that Mattek-Sands received oxygen on the court, and as she was carted off the field on a stretcher, her knee was covered with a towel to hide the extent of her injuries.
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"F*** it hurts, f*** me it hurts".
"I said "I am here, you are strong, you can do this". Her husband, Justin, was also on the court comforting her.
The injury to her knee was so gruesome that she asked the medics to cover it up with a towel.
"Help me, help me, please!" she cried out after collapsing to the ground. "I'm going to kill you all".
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Her partnership with Czech Lucie Safarova has proved hugely fruitful and, after winning titles at the US Open, Australian Open and French Open, they had hoped to achieve the rare feat of holding all four at the same time.
The injury happened in her second-round match against Romania's Sorana Cirstea, according to Metro. "These painkillers are not working", she reportedly said.
She was eventually attended to by medical personnel. In this kind of moment when she was screaming so loud, you watch the knee, it was a very uncomfortable moment.
"It was like something you see only in the movies", Cirstea said. She kept saying, 'Sorana, help me.
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