Category Archive: Milos Raonic

Breaking Point for Andy, Nole

  A few hours before his loss to Fabio Fognini in Rome, I saw Andy Murray in the tunnel amid photographers scurrying to get to court-side positions. Tied to some type of wiring,… Continue reading

Holmes: New-look Rafa wins Mubadala

–by Josef Holmes in Abu Dhabi — After ups and downs in 2016, Rafael Nadal started his season with victories over Tomas Berdych (6-0, 6-4), Milos Raonic (6-1, 3-6, 6-3), and David Goffin… Continue reading

How Murray owns Raonic — and the world

  With Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer out with injuries, and Novak Djokovic slumping, Andy Murray owns the world right now, not only Milos Raonic. But he definitely has owned Raonic this year,… Continue reading

Is Raonic the second coming of Sampras?

by Christopher Johnson — After his epic win over Roger Federer in the Wimbledon semi-finals, many are asking the question which I asked earlier this year: is Milos Raonic the second coming of… Continue reading

How Djokovic returns Raonic’s serves

              Milos Raonic’s serves put Alex Dolgopolov and Jo Tsonga on their heels swatting at the ball in Madrid. But Novak Djokovic somehow managed to step in… Continue reading

Recovering Raonic begins 2016 at Mubadala in Abu Dhabi

Hoping for a healthier 2016, Canadian ace Milos Raonic began the year at the exciting Mubadala exhibition event in Abu Dhabi, UAE Dec. 31 to Jan. 2. Raonic beat Kevin Anderson and Stan… Continue reading

Raonic falls to Karlovic at Rogers Cup Battle of Giants

It’s rare for Milos Raonic to face someone with a bigger serve than him. Returning from injury, the Canadian ace lost to Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic 6-7, 6-7 in a battle of the… Continue reading

wounded Raonic in brave effort vs Murray in Madrid quarters

 

Milos Raonic photos: serving on another planet

Milos Raonic has become cool to photograph. He looks fantastic in the golden sun and powdery red clay of the Mutua Madrid Open. His serve is powerful but also sublime. His technique seems… Continue reading

The Milos Raonic way to victory — play poorly, serve well

—by Christopher Johnson— Milos Raonic likes to share a lesson that his idol Pete Sampras taught him: ‘Champions find a way to win, even when not playing well.’ It’s amazing how often Raonic… Continue reading