British tennis player Francesca JonesBorn with four fingers on each hand, she qualified for her first championship in Big Slash StrikesBeating China Lu Jia Jing In the final round of the Australian Open qualifiers.
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Fran Jones, 20 years old, affected by a fetal developmental anomaly, which caused only eight toes on her hands and seven toes on her feet, swept Luo 6-0, 6-1.
The 20-year-old tennis player explained, “My syndrome is very rare. It is complicated because there are many symptoms. I mean I have three toes on my right foot, four on the left and four in each hand.” On the site International Tennis Federation (ITF).
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“Doctors told me I couldn’t play tennis. And my reaction was: ‘Since I said that, I’ll prove them wrong.He added with a firm voice.
So far, Fran Jones, who aspires to “become a big name in sports,” has twice failed in the first round of Wimbledon qualifiers in 2018 and 2019.
Doctors told me I couldn’t play tennis. And my reaction was, ‘Since I said that, I’ll prove them wrong.
The genetic disease that you suffer from is a form of ectrodactilia, Which is characterized by limb deformity, which is a “major balance problem”.
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“When you have fewer toes, it is difficult to put weight on your feet,” he explains, explaining that because of this disease, he has a higher risk of infection.
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