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Milos Raonic
  • Nationality: CAN (Canada)
  • Birthdate: December 27, 1990
  • Age: 26 years old
  • Birthplace: Podgorica, Montenegro
  • Residence: Thornhill, Canada
  • Turned Pro: 2008
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Coach: Ivan Ljubicic
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Plays with two-handed backhand...Speaks Serbian and English...Moved from Podgorica, Montenegro to Canada aged three...Parents are Dusan and Vesna (both engineer ... Read Full Bio

Latest News, articles and information:

  • Milos Raonic Ends 2017 Season
  • Raonic has withdrawn from his last two events of the season, Vienna and the Paris Masters, due to injuries. Raonic had been off the tour with a wrist injury before returning earlier this month in Tokyo where the Canadian suffered a calf injury. Now, the former World No. 3, ...
  • 2017-10-18
  • Raonic Returns From Wrist Surgery With A Win In Tokyo
  • Tokyo, Milos Raonic made his first appearance since Canada and his return started off on a good note beating Viktor Troicki 6-3, 6-4. Raonic had been out after left wrist surgery. “It was a good match for me in a lot of ways, disciplined and competed well – considering the ci...
  • 2017-10-03
  • Cilic, Thiem, Raonic Headline ATP Tokyo; Preview
  • JAPAN OPEN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS TOKYO, Japan; surface: hard Seeds: Marin Cilic, Dominic Thiem, Milos Raonic, David Goffin, Kevin Anderson, Sam Querrey, Albert Ramos Vinolas, Diego Schwartzman Floaters: Gilles Simon, Viktor Troicki, Richard Gasquet, Feliciano Lopez...
  • 2017-10-01
  • Federer Better, Rafa Rallies At US Open; Shapovalov Sunday
  • game to pull away from "lucky loser" Leonardo Mayer 6-7(3), 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 under the Ashe roof. Mayer, who only made the draw when Milos Raonic withdrew, had never taken a set in three previous meetings with Rafa and also had never beaten a Top 10 foe on hard courts or at a Grand Sl...
  • 2017-09-03
  • Roger Federer On Injuries In The Men's Game: I Think It's Age More Than Anything
  • all the injuries hitting the men's game - Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka, Andy Murray, Kei Nishikori and Milos Raonic are all out of the US Open - what's going on? Roger Federer has an answer, and it's not to answer the season. It's age related. "You can cut down the season by h...
  • 2017-08-26
  • Andy Murray Withdraws From The US Open With Sore Hip, Could Miss Rest Of 2017
  • I won't be playing here this year." Murray joins fellow former champions Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka on the sidelines. Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori are also out. Murray added that he will consult with his team over the next few days and make a decision on the rest o...
  • 2017-08-26
  • Rafael Nadal Interview - Miami, Mar 25
  • About 10 years ago you probably would have been one of the taller players on the tour.  Now you play guys like Querrey and Isner, Raonic and even Djokovic and these guys are 6'3" and higher.  Do you feel like the game is going in that direction?  Just gonna get taller and t...
  • 2011-03-26
  • Andy Roddick Interview - Indian Wells, Mar 15
  • right now. He played well in Dubai and he's played well here. I'm expecting the best of him.Q. Did you have a chance to see the Harrison/Raonic match? Any sort of response on the match?ANDY RODDICK: That third set was a microcosm of exciting things to come from both of them. I was r...
  • 2011-03-16
  • More...
  • Roger Federer v Milos Raonic, Andy Murray v Tomas Berdych; Wimbledon SF Picks And Pans
  • Federer Survives Raonic In Madrid Thriller While Nadal Dominates; What Will Blue Do To Djokovic Thursday?
  • Nadal Wins, Federer v Raonic In Halle; Tsonga Injured At Queen's
  • Federer v Dimitrov, Raonic v Zverev; Azarenka v Halep; Wimbledon Monday Picks And Pans
  • Into The Blue: Federer Opens Clay Season Against Raonic In Madrid, Rafa Looks To Resume Roll
  • 2014 Wimbledon Men's SF Open Thread: Djokovic v Dimitrov, Federer v Raonic

  • Recent fan comments for Milos Raonic:

    Elizabeth Quance

    Thank you for speaking out for world peace

    Posted on January 9, 2016 at 21:07 ET

    Helen from Maryland

    Finally a Canadian tennis it!!!! Can't wait to see what you do against Federer....hopefully win...I'm cheering for ya kiddo! From a fellow Canadian formerly from Quebec.

    Posted on January 9, 2013 at 15:22 ET


    Actually Milos is number 28 ATP and I think at the end of this year he will be ranked even more better.

    Posted on April 2, 2011 at 19:15 ET


    Milos you are in an age where you have to be very carefull regarding your strengt,if i was your coach or trainer,i would tell you to cool it a little with your serve,if you don,t you will have bigger thing to think about in the year to come,you are big and strong of your age,but you are not full body growen yet,don,t get injured with your bag in your age ,and you will never be a long time contender,hope everything goes your way,but again,take it easy,i hade to tell you later,i told you sooooo

    Posted on March 8, 2011 at 12:57 ET

    Yves Deb Deblois

    Milos you will become soon a very great player.I speak like a instructor with 22 years experience and i am 71 years old.You have the power, the intelligence, the tenacity and of course the talent.As I saw you playing may be two small weeknesses;first your service return on the opponent's second service and you should come up at yhe net more often.Iam sure that you will settle tuis very fast.You will become the number 1. By by Deb from Lumber BC. Canada

    Posted on February 2, 2011 at 16:00 ET

    mary burgess-weebb

    Hey Milos, You are a great tennis player. I love the game and, like you would stay up all night to watch the Aussi Open. Oh you have been so good. This is the best thing since Mike Weir won the golf Open is 2003. Go for gold - you can do it. If not this year, you will do it. All the best. Mary.
    My email

    Posted on January 3, 2011 at 23:13 ET

    mary burgess-webb

    Hey Milos, i am now watching you live in Australia. I, like you, have stayed up all night watching tennis. I am 67 and a woman and I love the sport. Go all the way, Milos, you can do this. It would be the greatest thing for Canada since we won with Mike Weir in golf in 2003. It was an awful year for the Americans; i think Shania Twain entertained at their Superbowl. You are great and will be great for a long time - move over Pete Sampras. Mary

    Posted on January 3, 2011 at 23:09 ET

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