Milos Raonic

Tennis Player
Born Dec 27, 1990

Milos Raonic is a Canadian professional tennis player who lives in Thornhill, Ontario, Canada. Born in what is now Podgorica, Montenegro, Raonic moved to Canada with his family at the age of 3. He speaks his native Serbian and English. Raonic is Canada's highest ATP ranked male singles player since computer rankings began in 1973. He qualified for his first grand slam event at the 2010 U.S. Open. In 2011 he rose from World No. 152 to No.… Read More

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1990 Birth Raonic was born on December 27, 1990, in Titograd, SFR Yugoslavia (now Podgorica, Montenegro), and is of Serb heritage.
1994 3 Years Old Prompted by the political unrest in the Balkans, and seeking more professional opportunities, his family moved to Canada in 1994 when he was three, settling in Brampton, Ontario. … Read More


2003 - 2006 3 More Events
Pospisil and Raonic partnered at four more junior tournaments, including the 2008 Wimbledon Championships and the 2008 French Open, reaching the semifinals in the latter.
He won his first ITF Futures singles title in March 2009 in Montreal.
A year later, at the 2010 Canadian Open, Raonic and Pospisil were given a doubles wildcard to the main draw, marking Raonic's first ever ATP World Tour doubles match. … Read More


In 2011, while recovering from a hip injury sustained at Wimbledon, Raonic decided to become involved with philanthropic work, focusing on helping disadvantaged children. … Read More
Raonic began 2012 with titles in two of his first three tournaments, starting with his second ATP title at the Chennai Open in India. … Read More
In all four 2013 Grand Slam tournaments, Raonic matched his previous best result. … Read More
The third "Raonic Race for Kids" in November 2014 featured Tennis Canada CEO Kelly Murumets, soccer player Dwayne De Rosario, and figure-skating champions Patrick Chan, Tessa Virtue, and Scott Moir.
…  His career highlights include a Grand Slam final at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships; two Grand Slam semifinals at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and 2016 Australian Open; and three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 finals at the 2013 Canadian Open, 2014 Paris Masters, and 2016 Indian Wells Masters. … Read More
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