A tight win over Roberto Bautista Agut, and Raonic is in the Paris quarter-finals.
At the U.S. Open last month, Canadian Frank Dancevic played with a new Roger Federer Wilson model he’d only hit with a few times.
Remember when Fabio Fognini’s occasional on-court drama was entertaining, mostly because he’s so handsome and watching those astonishing eyebrows go to work was sort of fun?
He and partner Jack Sock might squeeze into the ATP World Tour Finals, if another qualified team withdraws. But barring that, his 2014 is over.
For Raonic, it’s crunch time – again.
It came down to a third-set tiebreak, but Milos Raonic survived in Paris.
Lesson No. 1: don’t throw your racquet. Ever. Under any circumstances. No matter how p.o.’d you are.
Are you in Toronto with some free time on Monday? Do you want a little throwback tennis?
Canadians all over the place this week, with the spotlight on Paris-Bercy.
You’re Tommy Robredo, and you have given everything you have in two separate matches over a one-month period against Andy Murray, and you’ve lost both despite having multiple match points.
For Raonic, it’s crunch time.
New Daddy Djoko returns to the court.