Milos Raonic’s debut in the ATP Finals didn’t go that well, but the Canadian sounded like a man who knew playing a great like Roger Federer would be difficult, especially a week after stunning the Swiss in Paris.
Federer won the match going away 61, 76 winning the second set breaker at love. After, Roanic talked about the incredible support Federer receives no matter where he plays.
“Every time you play Roger, the crowd’s on his side, even if he’s playing a local favorite,” said Raonic. “It’s hard for people to cheer against Roger. I’ve played him a few times. I’ve played home favorites on big courts also a few times, and in Davis Cup, many different situations.”
Raonic will face Andy Murray tomorrow evening in a critical contest.
“Well, it’s a completely different match,” Raonic said of Murray. ‘Things are going to be quite different than the first match.
“It’s going to be about who necessarily adjusts better, who can play better come Tuesday night.”
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