For the second time after 2015, Milos Raonic will miss the French Open. The oft-injured Canadian couldn’t play Rome due to a right knee injury.
“It is with a heavy heart that I am withdrawing from @rolandgarros,” Raonic posted in Social Media. “I have many great memories there, but I know I need to continue working hard to put myself in the best position when I step out on the court. Thank you all for your support and see you soon on the grass.”
Raonic made the quarterfinals at the French in 2014. The 27-year-old reached the fourth round the last two years. He is currently ranked No. 22, but will lose his top spot in the Canadian rankings to Denis Shapovalov on Monday.
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