Milos Raonic accepts wild card to Truist Atlanta Open
“Milos is the consummate professional and a great addition to our player field,” said tournament director Eddie Gonzalez. “His record speaks for itself and Atlanta tennis fans are in for a treat when Milos is on the court.”
The Canadian hasn't won a title since 2016, and currently holds a 7-4 match record on the season. Having last competed in Miami earlier this year, the World No.22 missed the French Open and Wimbledon due to injury.