After going 0-2 in his first two meetings with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga – the first an epic Olympic encounter – Raonic has now won his last two.
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Didn’t have time to get to this during Indian Wells, but lovely moment on the field.
Outplayed for two sets, Milos Raonic hung in there and posted an impressive win.
Genie Bouchard had her chances, but in a match with major momentum swings and a couple of pretty ugly-looking feet on the other side of the net, she fell in three.
Bouchard and Raonic back in action.
Raonic, Pospisil in action late. Both victorious.
Wawrinka-Kyrgios, Djokovic-Coric, Sock-Delpo anyone?
Third round – when the seeds meet each other. Right?
The Laver Cup, a Ryder-Cup-like competition that will pit Europe against “the rest of the world”, is proceeding apace.
Best potential matches are not on Manolo Santana.
Raonic right back in action; Nestor postponed.
The first set couldn’t have been tighter.