Milos Raonic continues to battle injuries. The Canadian has still not recovered from the adductor injury that he sustained during the semi-final at the Australian Open against Andy Murray in five sets, and has decided to withdraw from the ATP 500 event in Acapulco, Mexico that starts tomorrow.
The world no. 13 had a good beginning of the year: he won in Brisbane beating Roger Federer in the final 6/4 6/4, and as we said earlier, reached the semi-final in Melbourne, where he beat Wawrinka in the fourth round and Monfils in the quarter-finals.
Last year, Raonic underwent foot injury in May and withdrew from Roland Garros. At the end of the season, he suffered a back injury that forced him to withdraw from the IPTL. "Last time I played without any pain was in January," he had said in August last year.
Raonic could definitely be a dangerous opponent if he is doing well, he's already showed it in the Australian Open. At this point, there are also some doubts about his participation in the Davis Cup tie against France on clay in Guadelupe.
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