Milos Raonic Celebrated His Bangkok Title By Eating Brownies?
by Tom Gainey | September 29th, 2013, 11:57 am
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Milos Raonic is a happy man today after winning his second title of the year, fifth overall, beating Tomas Berdych 76 73 at the Thailand Open in Bangkok.

So what’s a young star like Raonic do to celebrate? Eat brownies of course!

Raonic’s win moves him into 10th place in the London race.

“I think I’m playing great tennis, I’m serving really well, I’m doing a lot of good things. If I keep that up I think I’ll have opportunities and will put myself in a good position, no matter who [I play],” Raonic said.


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11 Comments for Milos Raonic Celebrated His Bangkok Title By Eating Brownies?

hawkeye Says:

Another title for MILOS!!!!

Signs he’s beginning to take the next steps required to reach the next level with consecutive wins over Top 10ers Reeshard and TBerd!!!

His ROS and ground strokes are becoming more consistent and his BH is improving.

Keep improving and finding solutions Milos!!!!


Tennis X Hippy Chic Says:

Congrats to Milos on his second title of the season,cannot stand Berdych so its always lovely seeing him get his arse kicked,hate to say it though as the guy is hot lol.


SG1 Says:

WAY TO GO MILOS!


SG1 Says:

This brownie thing is kind of cool. Maybe he’s taunting Nole a little. Look what I can eat and you can’t. LOL.


Steve 27 Says:

So far no Canadians have been able to reach the quarter-finals of a grand slam in the Open Era. can Milos break the curse next year?


SG1 Says:

Yup. He was close at the USO against Gasquet. I keep hoping he’ll break through at Wimbledon, but thus far, he’s been a bust there. He will make a quarter next year. Don’t know in which major. The USO seems like his chance with the quicker surface. Nice year though. Two tourney wins, a final in his home country and all in all, nice improvement in his overall game. Milos is back on track.


Hamza Says:

He could do some real damage in this fall season. With the sort of serving form he is in, he can trouble Nole and Rafa. He’d be someone to watch for in Shanghai. They key word is ‘consistency’.


Andy Coleman Says:

@ Steve 27: YES!

After some more confidence building in Tokyo we hope…then – yes, there could be some semi-final appearances in the BIG Opens for Milo’s yet to come! So very anxious to see this prediction happen – too.


Perfect fan Says:

Milos needs to back-up his serve(one of the best on tour) with some decent defending as well…..or else, i don’t see him rising up the ladder.

Goes without saying, he has a monster of a serve….but his defence game simply sucks (Isner has a better defence game).


Tennis Fan Says:

Disagree with Perfect fan … although Raonic’s coach change and strategy are right on the money and already paying dividends the fact that he used a Spanish coach to learn the clay game has given him a good foundation with which to build upon. He should play a serve and volley game … and his game is already beyond Isner. Isner is not a top 10 player.


hawkeye Says:

Isner only plays top 10 tennis when he’s playing in the US. The rest of the year he’s barely top 30 level.

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