Milos Raonic Player Profile
Milos Raonic will be hoping for a similarly impressive Wimbledon appearance as he managed last year despite his current injury issues.
A semi-final defeat to Roger Federer in 2014 represented a clear demonstration of the Canadian's improvement into one of the world's leading players and, aged just 24, he remains a youngster to be feared.
But his preparation for this year's tournament has been less than ideal - surgery to correct a pinched nerve in his foot forced a withdrawal from the Rome Masters and the French Open.
Raonic is one of the sport's biggest, most powerful servers which is a style that became successful in the past week through Ivo Karlovic and Kevin Anderson so he will be expected to deliver the ball at pace under the Wimbledon spotlight.
But first Raonic must fully recover from his foot injury before he can attempt to better last year's final four appearance.
- Nationality: CAN
- Date Of Birth: December 27, 1990
- Became Pro: 2008
- Height: 1.96 m
|P A||ATP Rogers Cup||QF||Won||6-79, 4-6|
|03/07/15||N Kyrgios||All England Lawn Tennis Championships||R3||Lost||7-5, 5-7, 6-73, 3-6|
|01/07/15||T Haas||All England Lawn Tennis Championships||R2||Won||6-0, 6-2, 6-75, 7-64|
|29/06/15||D Gimeno-Traver||All England Lawn Tennis Championships||R1||Won||6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 7-64|
|19/06/15||G Simon||ATP AEGON Championships||QF||Lost||6-4, 3-6, 5-7|
|17/06/15||R Gasquet||ATP AEGON Championships||R2||Won||6-4, 6-75, 6-15|
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