Canadian professional tennis player Milos Raonic is currently ranked 18 in the ATP ranking. His career-best record include a Grand Slam final at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships; two Grand Slam semifinals at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and 2016 Australian Open. Besides, he gained international acclaim by reaching the fourth round of the Australian Open as a qualifier.
Furthermore, Milos is Right-handed (two-handed backhand). His best figure in Association of Tennis Professional (ATP) World no 3.
Milos Raonic Early Life
Milos Raonic was born on 27th December 1990, in Titograd, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslovakia. His family moved to Canada seeking more professional opportunities. Raonic's parents, Dusan Raonic (father) and Vesna Raonic(mother) are both engineers.
He has two siblings. Furthermore, his uncle Branimir Gvozdenovic served as a Deputy Prime Minister in the Government of Montenegro.
In the early age of 7, his tennis journey started after with a week-long tennis camp at Bramalea Tennis Club, Brampton led by coach Steve Gibson. Years later, he trained alone as well as worked with his father
Childhood pic of Milos
Moving on, Raonic worked hard almost every day for 9 years. His family supported his game, in the meantime, he reduced his classes to focus on his tennis practice. Besides, Milos completed schooling from Thornhill secondary school.
Raonic Milos Personal Life
Although 28 years old Raonic is Serbian by ethnicity, his nationality is Canadian.
Since childhood, he started playing tennis. Besides, he also helped his father in his works. Soon after the political instability in Montenegro, they shifted to Canada where he started his career as a tennis player.
Despite receiving numerous scholarships from colleges such as Princeton, Northwestern University and Michigan University, he chose to accept the one offered by the University of Virginia and studied finance at the same time.
He instead started taking a correspondence course.
Raonic's four favorite sports teams are FC Barcelona, the Toronto Blue Jays, the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the Toronto Raptors. He played in the 2016 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game held in Toronto.
Milos with his family
Talking about his affair, he had relationships with Paula Kalini till 2013, soon after they have ended their affair he started dating Danielle in 2014. Their affair lasted from 2014-2017
The last time they were seen together was in the tennis tournament in Brisbane. Currently, Milos is dating Brasilian footballer Alexandre Pato, who is also a former AC Milan player. Besides, she currently plays for Chinese team Tianjin Quanjian.
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Raonic Milos Professional Career
The professional career of Milos began in 2008. Over an accomplished career, Raonic won a total of 8 singles titles, won a total of 0 doubles titles and earned a total of from competition. The coaching personnel of Raonic included: Mark Knowles (2017-); Javier Piles (2017.-). Milos reached a rank of No. 3 in 21st November 2016.
Besides, he also has a French Open Junior record of reaching the quarter-finals (2014 French Open- Men's Singles); and 2014 US Open -Men's Single. The same year, he reached the Wimbledon finals where he defeated Roger Federer in the semifinals.
Raonic also played in the Cincinnati Masters Cup reaching semi-finals and The Olympics achieving a number two ranking (Tennis at the 2012 Summer Olympics - Men's singles).
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Raonic Milos Net Worth and Earnings
Considering his success on the tennis courts over the years, Raonic has been able to collect $6 million net worth including his cars, houses and other properties.
His career earnings is estimated to be $12.96 million, including $2.25 million from his endorsements. Besides Milos made a fortune of $14 million with the title of US Open & Wimbledon.
In the meantime, by the endorsements, he is earning quite well. The contract with New Balance clothing and shoes adds over $1 million annually.
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Some of the honorary titles won by Raonic are:
- Davis Cup(2009)
- Korea F2 singles title(2010)
- SAP Open(2013)
Rather than that he got a nice collection of cars.
- Jaguar F-Pace($77,690)
- Ferrari 488GTB($249,150)