MELBOURNE – No matter how far he goes in Melbourne, Raonic pledges to be there in Ottawa for Davis Cup (health permitting, of course).
MELBOURNE – Milos Raonic played impressive tennis during the two matches at this Australian Open in which he struggled with the flu.
MELBOURNE – Given how under the weather he is, the last thing Milos Raonic was looking to do was get caught up in a Gilles Simon strokefest that might have sapped whatever energy he brought to Hisense Arena Saturday evening.
MELBOURNE – There’s no way to predict how it will affect his effort, before the match even begins, but from his warmup Saturday before an encounter with France’s Gilles Simon, Raonic is a long way from 100 per cent.
MELBOURNE – There’s a long way to go yet.
MELBOURNE – There is a whole lot of tennis yet to be played before the Australian Open semi-finals for Milos Raonic.
MELBOURNE – the tweaking, perfecting and analyzing never stop for Milos Raonic, who is committed to forward motion in 2017.
MELBOURNE – After semi-final loss Thursday in Sydney, Genie Bouchard heads to Melbourne with some confidence.
MELBOURNE – It’s a sport involving a ball, but definitely not Milos Raonic’s type of ball.
For only the second time in his career, Milos Raonic defeats Rafael Nadal.
At his peak this season, world No. 3 Milos Raonic had not one, not two, but three coaches.
Raonic was one point away from spoiling the “battle for No. 1” finals party in London.