The organizers of the Australian Open announced the withdrawal of Canadian tennis player Milos Raonic from the tournament.
The organizers of the Australian Open announced the withdrawal of Canadian Milos Raonic, due to the incomplete recovery from the injury he suffered.
The Australian Open is the first of the four Grand Slams, and it will start on January 17 next year.
“Milos Raonic has withdrawn from the Australian Open, as he continues to recover from a heel injury,” the organizers tweeted.
The world number 70 (formerly the third) suffered from injuries during the 2021 season, after he was injured last March, to return after three months to the competitions, but he suffered a new injury after losing in the second round of the Atlanta Open last July.
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