Milos Raonic

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Maybe it's a testament to some kind of reform being needed for the sake of players' careers, and being able to provide a certain caliber of tennis for spectators. Give the players that really stand out mandatory events, give them a chance to play everything within a seven-month period so they can really focus on themselves health-wise, but also on improving, because you need that time. We're the only sport, outside of golf maybe, that plays as spread out as we do without any time for rest.feedback
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Oct 25 2017
Milos Raonic has most recently been quoted in an article called Raonic crashes out of Japan Open with new injury. Milos Raonic said, “My wrist isn't a concern... It was kind of a growth that happened over time. Therefore, it was very simple and something that needed the swelling to go down.”. Milos Raonic has been quoted a grand total of 34 times in 24 articles.
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May 15 2017

I can't wait to be part of the first ever Laver Cup. It's a tremendous opportunity and I'm really looking forward to being part of this unique team competition. Taking on the Europeans is no easy task. They've already got Roger and Rafa on board and we've all seen how well they've started 2017.feedback

Mar 26 2017

It's related to the previous injury I sustained almost four weeks ago... in Delray Beach. It's the same muscle in the hamstring up high. It got progressively worse after my first round. It seemed like it was not possible for me to compete today without putting myself at significant risk.feedback

Mar 26 2017

That could be in two weeks; that could be a little bit longer.feedback

Mar 24 2017

He's somebody that I get along with great, is a little bit closer to my age as well, and somebody that I can play with on court and put in hard hours with.feedback

Feb 26 2017

I didn't think much of it. I thought it was just tightness from the match, but this morning I woke up unable to walk properly and did quite extensive treatment with my team. We came down to the conclusion that it was a slight tear of the hamstring in my right leg.feedback

Jan 07 2017

I was just a tidbit slow.feedback

Jan 07 2017

I feel very good about it. I'm on that right track – I feel like if I can avoid that hiccup, I can have a very, very good time in Melbourne.feedback

Jan 06 2017

Today the mentality behind the match was what sort of kept me around. Some moments things weren't looking great. I wasn't efficient coming forward. I was missing some shots I shouldn't be. I was rushing. But at least I kept myself there, and I was able to always recuperate the next point. That's what I have to be most proud of.feedback

Jan 05 2017

...I hesitated, but also, with him, you've got to understand that he's quite quick. So rarely do you get him sort of reaching for balls.feedback

Jan 05 2017

It's a great task. I feel like I'm doing a lot of things well and, hopefully, I can match up and play some good tennis.feedback

Nov 17 2016

I've played Andy many times this year.feedback

Nov 17 2016

It's very big for me. I had a very big goal of wanting to win my first slam this year. I came up short on that. That was what I had for myself as the biggest motivator after the U.S. Open.feedback

Nov 05 2016

I still have the possibility of making it but I was told five to 10 days so I'm on the borderline.feedback

Nov 05 2016

This morning I had trouble waking up and getting out of bed ... Did some tests. Did an MRI half an hour ago, let's say. They found that I have a tear, Grade 1 tear in the right quad. Unfortunately, I'm not able to compete against Andy today.feedback

Sep 01 2016

He's been having sort of a resurgence of a summer.feedback

Aug 31 2016

I didn't create this pressure for myself or this kind of stress on myself. He did that.feedback

Aug 31 2016

It was just catching me all over. I started getting small (cramps) where I couldn't hold the racket. I couldn't switch grips from one point to the next. There were a few points where I would hold the racket with my left and try to stretch out my right hand in between shots – and that's not going to work.feedback

Aug 31 2016

I was my own worst enemy today. I tried the best I could to find my way out of it. My body didn't let me.feedback

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