Milos Raonic hobbled out of Wimbledon today on crutches after he took a tumble during his second round match against Gilles Muller. Raonic was leading Muller 2-1 in the first set when he slipped and fell on the grass. He received a medical time-out where he had his right thigh taped, but soon after treatment was forced to retire.
I knew right away. I didn’t think I could even lift my leg. It was a pretty sharp pain. But as time passed, with the treatment, I was able to walk a bit. But after the first serve, I could tell it was too much, at least too much for me.
He quickly was shuttled to the hospital to get an MRI for what he believed to be an injury, "deep in the hip."
Unfortunately for us, this means we won't get to see him play Rafael Nadal in the 3rd round which was bound to be a popcorn match, but the most important thing is his health, and I hope he is ok.