From Fox Sports:
One of the great sportsmen in tennis (or any other game) added to his legacy on Thursday at the French Open.
Juan Martin Del Potro was struggling with injuries and appeared to be nearing a possible retirement in his second-round match with Nicolas Almagro. But with the match tied at a set apiece, Del Potro hit a serve that Almagro didn’t move to return, instead standing at the baseline with his hands on his knees, doubled over in pain. As he stood there, Del Potro, being the gentle giant he is, climbed over the net to check on his opponent, who then fell to the clay, sobbing in various forms of pain.