Milos Raonic announces the end of his season because of his injuries
Photo: Paul Chiasson, The canadian Press
Milos Raonic has played only three tournaments since July.
Milos Raonic has officially withdrawn from the tournament of Vienna and the Masters of Paris, which means that his season 2017 is completed, has revealed Tennis Canada by way of a press release on Wednesday.
The Canadian has played three tournaments — Washington, Montreal and Tokyo — since he reached the quarter-finals at Wimbledon in July.
Raonic has marked the history of canadian tennis at the end of season 2016 in the third world. Since that time, it has tumbled to the 12th place, after a season punctuated by numerous injuries. The five best players in the world ranking of the ATP in 2016 — Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Raonic, Stanislas Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori — have all ended their campaign earlier than expected because of injuries.
Even if the Ontario, who is originally from Thornhill, has participated in two finals in 2017, this is the first time since 2011 that he has not raised a trophy. He has won eight tournaments during his career.
Raonic has concluded its season with a record of 29-12. He has participated in two finals, two semi-finals and four quarter-finals. He came to the quarter-finals of the Australian open and Wimbledon, reaching the fourth round at the French open. It is, however, taken the absence of International of the United States because of an injury to the left wrist.
Raonic is expected to return to the game in time for the Brisbane tournament.