Milos Raonic pulls out of Wimbledon due to a calf injury

2016 Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic announced that he was pulling out of the Wimbledon due to a calf issue.

Milos Raonic has been out of action for a while and the Canadian shared an update on his social media confirming his withdrawal from Wimbledon. It's a big blow for the Canadian who loves playing in London which he confirmed by reaching 2016 final. Raonic said in the statement:

"It has been a long time since I have shared an update here. I wanted to share that I am incredible sad and hurt that I won't be ready to compete at Wimbledon this year.

It is a pinnacle in my schedule each and every year. I was working hard preparing for many of the recent tournaments. On the second to last day, I hurt my calf. I have been working hard to heal but I had a minor setback.

Therefore I won't be ready for Wimbledon. I will be working hard to get back as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and support.


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