The star-crossed season of Milos Raonic continues.
The post-Wimbledon half of Raonic’s 2016 season has been nothing to write home about.
NEW YORK – No Nestor in Halifax for Davis Cup.
WIMBLEDON – The Tweet caused some consternation.
PARIS – It wasn’t an entirely unexpected bit of news – except it hasn’t happened in more than 15 years.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – The draw was opening up, Bouchard was hitting the ball well, and longtime coach Nick Saviano was back on board this week.
The right adductor issue that hampered Milos Raonic in his Australian Open semi-final against Andy Murray is still an issue, it seems.
Injuries are already taking their toll, and 2016 hasn’t even begun.
After winning a thriller over Rafael Nadal Wednesday in Asia, Milos Raonic is out of the IPTL.
Can’t remember as many as 10 potential injury-protected rankings in the singles draws at a Grand Slam, although that needs to be researched.
It’s worth noting, though, that none of these special rankings are attached to a man named Juan Martin del Potro.
The Paris Masters announced Wednesday that Canadian Milos Raonic is out, which ends his 2015 season.
It certainly didn’t get 1-1000th the play of Genie Bouchard’s unfortunate accident, but another tennis player is feeling the effects of a concussion, and has pulled out of the WTA Tour Finals in Singapore.