Following his first loss in a Grand Slam final today to Andy Murray in the Wimbledon, Milos Raonic is determined to win one down the road. The 25-year-old has already added former No. 1s Carlos Moya and John McEnroe to his team, but he wants more. He wants to become the first Canadian man to ever win a singles Slam.
“I’m going to work on everything,” Raonic said after the 63, 76, 76 loss. “I’m not going to leave any stone unturned. I’m going to try to get myself back in this position, try to be better in this position.
“I’m going to try to get fitter, stronger. I’m going to try to improve my return game, improve my serve. I can improve there. Improve my efficiency coming forward.
“There’s not one thing I’m not going to try to improve.”
Raonic added that he and McEnroe will talk soon about their future together.
“We haven’t spoken about anything, but I’m sure we’re going to have that discussion over the next 24 hours,” Raonic said.
Raonic is the first of the men in the 90s to have reached the finals of the Grand Slam. And he’s already reached three semifinals. But he has yet to win a set in any of the three Masters finals in addition to his loss today.
“I believe I definitely have that ability within myself,” Raonic said. “There’s not a shadow of a doubt from myself. “The question is, am I going to make the most of it when those opportunities arise?”
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