It's nice to know I am a classic case. But did they have to use the words "middle aged male tennis player?"
Calf strains are most commonly found in the medial head of the gastrocnemius . This injury was first described in 1883 in association with tennis and is commonly called tennis leg . The classic presentation is of a middle-aged male tennis player who suddenly extends the knee with the foot in dorsiflexion, resulting in immediate pain, disability, and swelling. Pain and disability can last months to years depending on the severity and effectiveness of initial treatment .
Hobbling around for now. Hope I can drive soon . . . eeesh. Next time I am letting that high overhead smash go.