Mattek-Sands also said she is flying from London to New York City on Sunday to see more doctors and "see what's really going on with my knee", she said.
Alexander Prior says in an email on Friday that Mattek-Sands, a 32-year-old American, "is now undergoing more scans this morning".
"Bethanie of course thanks everyone for their kind wishes and messages of support". "I've never seen anything like this, but it wasn't in a normal position", reported the Express. It has since been revealed that Mattek-Sands dislocated her patella and ruptured her patella tendon after slipping and falling during the match.
In a Facebook Live video on Saturday, Mattek-Sands clarified that the pain was so severe that she was anxious someone was going to try to straighten her leg without any pain medication.
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The All England Club insists it provided Bethanie Mattek-Sands with urgent medical assistance nearly immediately after the doubles star suffered a sickening knee injury.
"I tried to comfort her but I panicked. She was shouting "Sorana, help me" and all I could say was "I'm here, be strong", she further added.
Cirstea said she knew immediately it was a serious injury.
Mattek-Sands lay screaming on the court after injuring her knee against Romanian Sorana Cirstea on Thursday and was carried off court and taken to hospital. She and her opponent, Alison Riske, of America, had asked to stop playing after only two games of their second-round...
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Cirstea questioned why it took so long for the medical team to arrive at Court 17 which is right next door to the tournament's famed Centre Court. It was one of the most painful injuries, and I've had a few.
Mattek-Sands said she will be flying to NY on Sunday for further examination before having surgery.
She said she felt like she was lying on the court for an eternity. "I don't want to see it again".
Court 18, where John Isner and Nicolas Mahut famously played out their three-day match in 2010, has come in for the fiercest criticism.
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The All England Club defended their response, claiming: "The first response to Court 17 was within one minute, by a qualified ambulance technician".