Milos Raonic opened up in his second contribution to the Players’ Tribune where he writes a letter to his future self.
In the letter, Raonic recounts how he can relate to Andre Agassi and his unrelenting drive to be no. 1. He also describes his fear of missing out on life as well as being at a crossroads in his career despite being ranked no. 4 in the world.
At a crossroads in his career, @MilosRaonic weighs the cost of greatness.
— The Players' Tribune (@PlayersTribune) February 8, 2017
Is pushing to achieve his goals in tennis worth the sacrifices? Read what Milos has to say.