At one time, Milos Raonic was at the top of the world and had one of the most powerful serves in men’s tennis. Then came the injuries. Injury after injury has kept the 32-year-old off the court since 2021, but that could change as early as June.
This is unexpected information that will surely please many tennis lovers. Milos Raonic is back in the game. The Canadian tennis player, who has been off the court for almost two years, has appeared on the starting list for the ATP 250 tournament in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
The ATP 250 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch starts immediately after the end of Roland Garros. Due to the participation of the long-lost Milos Raonic, the tennis world will look with curiosity at this year’s edition of the ATP 250 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
Raonic’s last appearance was in 2021 in Atlanta, where he lost his opening match to Brandon Nakashima after returning from a nearly four-month absence due to a thigh injury. Raonic can be called unlucky because moments later he suffered an Achilles injury, and in May 2022, moments after his wedding, while rehabilitating, a weight fell on his leg, breaking his toe.
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