Milos Raonic: “The margin between me and the best in the world is subtle.”

September 13, 2012

ATP Tennis News

By Lisa-Marie Burrows

According to Raonic there’s still something to do to reach the level of the greatest players

Milos Raonic is looking forward to bigger and better things in the future. (Photo credit: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

Milos Raonic has had a good 2012 as he managed to be the first Canadian to get into the top 20. Raonic will play this weekend against South Africa in the Davis Cup but he always wants something more out of his game.

“I have improved many aspects of my game this year. I have much more confidence and experience. I’m stronger physically and mentally. Now the margin between me and the best in the world is subtle. I got big wins and bad beats from the top 10. I always thought I need to be closer to their level of play and I am happy with what I did this season. But I’m not satisfied, I want more and more and I’ll do anything to get it.”

How far can Milos Raonic go with his game? Can he win against a top 5 player? Win a Masters 1000 title or even a Slam? Who knows? But what is certain is that he is a talented player and a very exciting prospect for the future of tennis.

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About Lisa-Marie Burrows

Lisa-Marie Burrows has a MA in Sports Broadcast Journalism and is a freelance sports journalist. She has covered many national and international tennis tournaments and has worked in Paris for Eurosport News channel. She is a member of the International Press Association and a journalist for its online magazine, IMPress. She has contributed articles for various leading websites including www.tennisgrandstand.com, www.worldtennismagazine.com, www.tennisbloggers.com, www.tennisscoop.co.uk and www.olympictennis.net. Lisa-Marie operates her tennis website www.tennisnewsviews.com where you can read her reports. She can be reached at lburrows@internationalpress.com or on Twitter @TennisNewsViews.

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