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Milos Raonic

Tennis Player
Male
Born Dec 27, 1990
Age 23
Hometown Podgorica
Plays Right-handed (two...
Career Prize Money $1,149,192

Milos Raonic (is a Canadian professional tennis player, born in Montenegro of ethnic Montenegrin origin, who currently resides in Monte Carlo, Monaco. Born in Podgorica, Montenegro, Raonic moved to Canada with his family at the age of 3. He is Canada's highest ATP ranked male singles player since computer rankings began in 1973, with a current career-high ranking of World No. 13. 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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CHILDHOOD

1990 Birth Born on December 27, 1990.

TEENAGE

2003 12 Years Old Raonic's first ITF-sanctioned junior tennis event was the qualifying draw for the Canadian ITF Group 4 Championships in October 2003, where he lost in the first round to fellow Canadian Kirill Sinitsyn 6–7, 3–6. … Read More
2005 14 Years Old He won his first ITF tournament singles match in October 2005, defeating compatriot Tony Dang in three sets before falling in the round of 16 to American Christopher Racz. … Read More
In April 2006, Raonic reached the later rounds in a singles event, defeating Marrack in straight sets in the quarter-finals at the 24th All-Canadian ITF Junior Championships before losing to Julien Gauthier in the semis.
2007 16 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2007 he lost early in the Grade 2 and Grade 1 junior events he entered. Raonic did however reach the finals of the Grade 3 US Junior International Hard Court Championships in August and won both the Grade 3 2007 U18 ITF World Ranking Event and Grade 4 U18 ITF World Ranking Event 2 in October on home soil. … Read More
Raonic began 2008 with a bang in juniors, winning the Grade 1 Nottinghill ITF event doubles event, partnering American Bradley Klahn. … Read More
The following week Raonic was given a wild card into singles qualifying for the 2009 Rogers Cup, where he began by beating World No. 77 Teymuraz Gabashvili in three sets following up with a straight sets win over World No. 113 Michael Llodra in the qualifying round. … Read More
The following week he lost to No. 8 seed Tatsuma Ito in the first round of the 2010 Busan Open Challenger Tennis tournament. … Read More

TWENTIES

Raonic started 2011 playing qualifying matches for the 2011 Aircel Chennai Open where he lost in the qualifying round against Édouard Roger-Vasselin.
On January 8, he won his second ATP title at the 2012 Aircel Chennai Open in Chennai, India, defeating Janko Tipsarević in the final, 6–7(4–7), 7–6(7–4), 7–6(7–4). … Read More
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