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Raonic will not play Roland Garros

Canadian tennis player Milos Raonic, sixth player in the world, announced today that he will not participate this year in the Roland Garros tournament as he has not recovered in time after his operation to solve his problems with a nerve in his right foot.

«I am sad to have to withdraw from Roland Garros this year. I tried my best to come back on time and fit after the surgery,” the player wrote on his Twitter account.

He also announced that he will continue with his rehabilitation and his preparation to be “one hundred percent” strong for the Wimbledon and Queens tournaments and thanked all the support he has received during this time.

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On May 11, the Canadian explained that he would have surgery on his right foot to solve a nerve problem, and that he would fight to the fullest to be ready for Roland Garros.

«I will have surgery to solve a problem in the nerve of my right foot. I am missing Rome to compete again, as quickly as possible, ”Raonic announced on social networks, who already in the Madrid tournament played injured and showed foot problems.

Raonic’s plan was to have surgery as quickly as possible in France that week, and the doctors had predicted his recovery in one or two weeks, which would make him very close to the Paris event, where he made the quarterfinals last year, although Finally, it has not been possible to recover in time. EFE.

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