Wounded in the left wrist, the Canadian Milos Raonic withdraws from Cincinnati
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Milos Raonic has repeatedly been slowed by injuries since the beginning of his career.
Cincinnati — Canadian Milos Raonic announced his withdrawal from the tennis tournament in Cincinnati, Tuesday, due to an injury to his left wrist.
In a statement posted on the Twitter account of the tournament, Raonic explained that his injury had not healed.
At the Rogers Cup last week, Raonic is tilted from its first match, in the hands of the French Adrian Mannarino in two sets of 6-4, 6-4 in a duel of the second round. After the fight, he had made it known that he had felt pain in the wrist.
Holder of the 10th-place ranking of the ATP, the talented Canadian has repeatedly been slowed by injuries since the beginning of his career.
The decision of the athlete ontario leaves more than three players among the top-10, German Alexander Zverev, the winner in Montreal on Sunday, the Spaniard Rafael Nadal, the favourite of the competition, and the Austrian Dominic Thiem.
On Monday, Switzerland’s Roger Federer had also said package after being slightly wounded in the back during the Rogers Cup. The British Andy Murray, the Serbian Novak Djokovic, Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka, the Croatian Marin Cilic and Japan’s Kei Nishikori are missing them also.