Milos Raonic enters into 2023 Wimbledon as comeback continues to gather momentum

Former World No.3 Milos Raonic has been ramping up his preparation in his bid to return to the court, and appears to be aiming for a return by this year's Wimbledon tournament.

The Canadian has been struggling with injuries over the past year, as he took a hiatus due to ailments affecting his calf and right leg. Raonic has been out of action since last year's Atlanta Open but appears to be nearing a return.

After sitting out for close to a year, Raonic has been added to the 2023 Wimbledon entry list. The 32-year old reached the final in 2016, losing to Andy Murray in straight sets.

Before making his return to SW19, Raonic will compete at the 's-Hertogenbosch tournament on grass in June.

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