After the knee injury, Croatian tennis maestro Marin Cilic has pulled out of next week's Madrid Open. As per the reports, Cilic took to his Twitter account and revealed the news. He said that he has sustained the knee injury during his campaign in Monaco, where he was crashed out after going down in the third round by Japan's Kei Nishikori.
The player also added that he has decided to stop playing for a time being and focus on his rehabilitation process.
In his tweet, he wrote, "I'm sorry to share that I won't be playing at the Madrid Open due to knee pains. I began feeling sharp knee pain back in Monaco and while I'm eager to compete, my team and I decided the best option is to pause and focus on rehab. Thank you for your understanding and support,"
The player also thanked all his supports to support him till now in his career. The knee injury of the player has also cast a big-time doubt over his participation at the third major of the season-French Open, beginning May 27.