CANADIAN TENNIS STAR MILOS RAONIC AND TOMAS BERDYCH BOTH WITHDRAW FROM QUEEN’S CLUB • FEVER-TREE

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CANADIAN TENNIS STAR MILOS RAONIC AND TOMAS BERDYCH BOTH WITHDRAW FROM QUEEN'S CLUB • FEVER-TREE

epa06820926 Milos Raonic of Canada in action during his first round match against Yuki Bhambri of India for the Fever Tree Championships at Queen's Club in London, Britain, 18 June 2018. EPA-EFE/NEIL HALL  |

By Richard Pagliario

 

Milos Raonic moved on at Queen’s Club then he moved out.

 

Raonic withdrew from the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club due to a right pectoral injury.

 

The announcement of Raonic’s departure came hours after he advanced to the second round with a 6-1, 3-1, (retired) conquest of Yuki Bhambri.

 

The 2016 Queen’s Club finalist hopes to return for Wimbledon next month.

 

Fellow former Wimbledon finalist Tomas Berdych pulled out doubles with a back issue after bowing to Julien Benneteau, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3.

 

Raonic did not mention the injury in his post-match press conference, but revealed hours later he suffered it on the second to last point of the match.

 

The 27-year-old Canadian said he’s tried to learn from returning too quickly from injury, aches and pains in the past.

 

“It’s not stupid if you make a mistake once. If you do it twice, then you’re to blame,” Raonic said. “Yeah, also part of it was I didn’t know myself as well Now I know myself much better. I know what each single type of nagging pain is a representation of. It’s not really so much a question.

 

“I can sort of pinpoint, hey, if I’m feeling this, it’s maybe something, okay, because I haven’t played for a while, or, hey, I have this kind of sensation. Maybe it’s something that is a little bit more alarming.”

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