Milos Raonic is officially ready to go at Wimbledon.
Seeded sixth in the third Grand Slam of the season, Raonic is eager to put his recent success on grass to the test, including his impressive run to the final at Queen’s. With ‘supercoach’ John McEnroe behind him, we’re excited to see what’s next.
In everything Milos does and says on and off the court, he’s clear that the 25-year-old Canadian is ready to take his game to the highest level possible.
Wimbledon’s draw is set to be announced on Friday, June 24, where we’ll find out who Raonic will play first at the All England Club.
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