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May 22, 2015
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Milos Raonic has been forced to withdraw from the French Open which starts on Sunday after having surgery on his right foot.

The world number six had the operation last week but he hopes to be fit enough to take part at Wimbledon.

The 24-year-old Canadian was forced to retire from the recent Monte Carlo Masters before having to withdraw from the Italian Open.

He said: "I am sad to have to unfortunately announce my withdrawal from the French Open.

"I tried my best to be back on court and healthy in time after surgery but, after consulting with my team and doctors, I made a decision to withdraw from this year's tournament and make sure I am able to return to the court at one hundred per cent.

"My rehab will continue this week and I will shortly begin preparations for a strong Queens Club and Wimbledon."

Last year Raonic reached the quarter-finals of the French Open before eventually losing to Novak Djokovic.

Djokovic has won his last 22 matches following his recent triumph at the Rome Masters.

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