Rafael Nadal & Milos Raonic
Rafael Rafa Nadal Parera (born 3 June 1986) is a Spanish professional tennis player and a former World No. Milos Raonic (: Милош Раонић, Miloš Raonić ; born December 27, 1990) is a Canadian professional tennis player who currently resides in Monte Carlo, Monaco. /5
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A resurgent Rafael Nadal beat Milos Raonic to reach his first Grand Slam semi in three years at the Australian Open on Wednesday, as Serena…
Rafael Nadal rolled back the years to secure his spot in the semi-finals with a straight sets win over Milos Rao…
Rafael Nadal revival rolls on with win over Milos Raonic at Australian Open
Milos Raonic’s bid for Slam breakthrough ends with quarter-final loss to Rafael Nadal at Australian Open…
Rafael Nadal reached his first Grand Slam semi-final since 2014 with a superb 6-4 7-6 (9-7) 6-4 victory over...
Rafael Nadal beats Milos Raonic to make Australian Open semi-finals
Rafael Nadal eliminates Milos Raonic in straight sets to advance to semifinals.
Rafael Nadal: "Playing and competing very well during the whole event. That's very important for me." Full presser: http…
Milos Raonic knocked out of Australian Open by Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal sets semi-final with Grigor Dimitrov at the Australian Open with a 6-4, 7-6(7), 6-4 win over Milos Raonic.
Carlos Moya helped Milos Raonic to Number 3 in the world. Can he get Rafael Nadal back into the Top 4?
Milos Raonic to face former coach Carlos Moya as Rafael Nadal sets up Brisbane quarter-final clash - Metro
Rafael Nadal will take on Milos Raonic in the final of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship after beating David Ferrer in Abu Dhabi.
Mark Philippoussis' games and the last game of the Manila leg between Milos Raonic and Rafael Nadal 😊🎾⚾️
Milos Raonic defeats Rafael Nadal to advance to the Semi Finals at the BNP Paribas Open Wells.
Indian Wells QFs: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Milos Raonic? via
On Friday, Rafa Nadal will play his QF match at the BNP Paribas Open in IW against Milos Raonic. Start time & stats: htt…
somehow I have heard this before...like 1980's...1990's, 2000. Nadal Fears The Continuing Of Power Tennis Power-player Rafael Nadal fears for the future of tennis, with mindless bashing of the ball ready to bury any subtleties still remaining in the game. The Spaniard who has reached the fourth round and faces Kevin Anderson, said that he thinks he might not recognize the sport in the coming years. Nadal, 28, cut the template for a more physical style, which has taken a toll on even his robust physique. His play is in sharp contrast to the effortless grace of Roger Federer or the rubber-man retrieving of number one Novak Djokovic, his current main rivals. But Nadal has his doubts about a tennis future comprising nothing but bashing balls back and forth until someone makes an error. "That seems to be the logic of this New Generation of players (Nick Kyrgios, Milos Raonic and others). it is the reality that I see. "I don't know 'what matches will look like in a few years. It is a problem also for the specta ...
Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka, Kei Nishikori, Milos Raonic & Grigor Dimitrov are all out following round of 32 defeats.
US Open 2014 Final Showdown Nishikori vs Cilic. Kei Nishikori takes on Marin Cilic,a final that no one would have thought about with the absence of World N0 2 Rafael Nadal,all eyes were set on Djokovic/Federer's final. And to think that when Stanislas Wawrinka won his debut Grand Slam title in Australia,I looked towards the direction of David Ferrer and Tomas Berdych urging them on to pick up the mantle and tow towards that path. I didnt know the rookie Grand Slam champions I was so in search of,was in Kei Nishikori and Marin Cilic. And here they are arriving at the biggest stage of their careers. A Grand Slam Final. Nishikori came through Djokovic's draw,he got the better of Milos Raonic in five gruesome sets in the fourth round. In the quarters,the N0 10 seed produced some sublime tennis to get past Stanislas Wawrinka in a match I didn't give him the chance of winning. Against the top seed,under soaring heat conditions he got the job done in four sets under three hours. Watching Marin Cilic play,tennis ...
Canada has fallen in love with Genie Bouchard, and fairly so, but we need to recognize how incredibly Milos Raonic has played lately – and not just in Wimbledon. The men's game is the deepest it's ever been. The Top 4 of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, and Roger Federer would be a Top 4 in any era. If Raonic had beaten the sport's all-time greatest in Federer today, he still would have had to play arguably the world's best in Djokovic. Next time, it could be Murray or Nadal again. His future is extremely bright, even it it looks like he's stuck in the present.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic face young and restless Milos Raonic and Grigor Dimitrov for places in the Wimbledon final on Friday as men's tennis reaches a potentially game-changing moment in its history.In the space of 24 hours at the All England Club, the big four of the game were reduced to the big two following the shock exits of Rafael Nadal and defending cha - Read more:
Well done to Nick Kyrgios who defeated Rafael Nadal last night at Wimbledon to make it through to the quarter-finals. Best of luck to Nick as he takes on Milos Raonic tonight for a place in the semi-finals.
Rafael Nadal, Stanislas Wawrinka, David Ferrer, Andy Murray and Grigor Dimitrov are all in the top half of the draw while Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Kei Nishikori, Tomas Berdych, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga and Milos Raonic are in the bottom half of the draw. ROLAND-GARROS ATP World Tour
EMIRATES ATP RANKINGS 2014 Federer Back Up To No. 4 Roger Federer is back up to No. 4 in the Emirates ATP Rankings this week after reaching the quarter-finals of the Sony Open Tennis in Miami (l. to Nishikori). The Swiss, who had fallen to No. 8 after the Australian Open – his lowest position for nearly 12 years - leads the ATP World Tour with a 22-4 match record this season and now trails third-placed countryman Stanislas Wawrinka by just 515 points. 1. Rafael Nadal (ESP) 13730 2. Novak Djokovic (SRB) 11810 3. Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) 5740 4. Roger Federer (SUI) 5225 5. Tomas Berdych (CZE) 4720 6. David Ferrer (ESP) 4640 7. Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) 4260 8. Andy Murray (GBR) 3975 9. John Isner (USA) 2715 10. Milos Raonic (CAN) 2710
Djokovic closes in on Nadal Berlin - Novak Djokovic closed in on top-ranked Rafael Nadal in the latest men's tennis rankings issued on Monday by the ATP, thanks to beating the Spaniard for the Miami Masters title. Djokovic halved a deficit of almost 4 000 points four weeks ago with his second career Indian Wells/Miami title double, and on 11 810 points is now less than 2 000 points behind Nadal, who has 13 730. The Serb Djokovic beat Nadal in straight sets Sunday for his fourth Miami trophy. He won in Indian Wells a fortnight ago. Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland is third and Canada's Milos Raonic returned into the top 10, up from 12 to 10, thanks to a place in the Miami quarter-finals. ATP Top 10: 1. Rafael Nadal, Spain, 13 730 points 2. Novak Djokovic, Serbia, 11 810 3. Stanislas Wawrinka, Switzerland, 5 740 4. Roger Federer, Switzerland, 5 225 5. Tomas Berdych, Czech Republic, 4 720 6. David Ferrer, Spain, 4 640 7. Juan Martin Del Potro, Argentina, 4 260 8. Andy Murray, Britai ...
VIDEOS: Rafael Nadal defeats Milos Raonic – Full match, hot shot, interview, and more
There's another massive day of action from Miami in store on TennisTV! Rafael Nadal takes on Milos Raonic later with a Semi-Final place up for grabs, with Tomas Berdych also up against Alexandr Dolgopolov. Plus we've got WTA Semi-Final action including Serena Williams v Maria Sharapova. Check out our preview of today's ATP Quarter-Finals...
Milos Raonic wins his first career set vs Rafael Nadal, 6-4, in the quarter-final at the Sony Open. Watch live on Sports…
Sports Event (up from The best in men’s tennis will battle it out over nine days next summer. Players to watch include 2013 finalist Milos Raonic, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Andy Murray. Next: August 2-10, 2014
Jack’s Tennis Tip – Racket talent or athletic ability? I have a theory that you can put tennis players (any player) into one of two categories. They either fall under the category of 'racket talented' or 'athlete.' I made up this theory quite a while ago but I still think it is valid. There are a few players that confuse me but for the most part I think my theory holds true. Obviously the lines blur in some instances and without a doubt all of the players on the professional tour are racket talented and supremely athletic too, but bear with me; Rafael Nadal - athlete Novak Djokovic - athlete Stanislas Wawrinka - racket talented Juan Martin Del Potro - racket talented David Ferrer - athlete Andy Murray - athlete Tomas Berdych - racket talented Roger Federer - racket talented Richard Gasquet - racket talented Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - athlete Kei Nishikori - racket talented Gael Monfils - athlete Milos Raonic - racket talented John Isner - racket talented Grigor Dimitrov - racket talented Serena Williams - A ...
Rafa's road meets rising star Wednesday, 22 January, 2014 By Alexandra Willis Share this Rafael Nadal has rather a lot on his plate at the moment. Blisters on his racket hand, broken shoelaces, time violations, learning new words. And the pressure of expectation. If Nadal wins this title, his second Australian Open, not only will he equal Pete Sampras’s total haul of 14 Grand Slam singles titles - which not so long ago was deemed to be an unpassable benchmark - he will also become the first player to complete the career Grand Slam, twice over. But what drives Nadal forwards each day is not records or requirements. It is his extraordinary motivation to be the best he can be. That if he just fights harder, he will come out on top. “When I am not playing that well, I run and I fight for every point as I did today,” Nadal remarked after his hair-splitting three-set win over Kei Nishikori. “I go on court trying to play my best every day, trying to play aggressive. Some days you play better, some days y ...
DIMITROV REACHES FIRST Grand Slam QF: Grigor Dimitrov became the first Bulgarian man to reach a Grand Slam quarter-final after defeating Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 on Monday afternoon at the Australian Open. The 22nd-seeded Dimitrov clinched the victory after two hours and 24 minutes with his fourth break of serve. Bautista Agut had also created five break point opportunities, but only capitalised once. "I'm really happy to be in the quarter-finals," said Dimitrov. "I've been working really hard in the past year, especially in the off-season. So it's nice to see this result." Both players were appearing in the Round of 16 for the first time at a major and had posted notable victories along the way. Dimitrov had beaten fellow young gun Milos Raonic in the third round, while Bautista Agut had prevailed against World No. 5 Juan Martin Del Potro in a late-night, five-set battle in the second. Dimitrov next faces World No. 1 Rafael Nadal, who swept past Kei Nishikori in their fourth-roun ...
Great serving was de rigueur today in Paris. Novak Djokovic, John Isner, Tomas Berdych, and Milos Raonic weren’t broken in the first sets of their round-of-16 matches, but Jerzy Janowicz’s serving might have been the most impressive of all. In a game that lasted all of 49 seconds, the Pole fired four consecutive aces then, in his next service game, bombed a 143 M.P.H. ace and a 145 M.P.H. service winner. Janowicz then showed off the big guns—his biceps—to the crowd. Unfortunately for Janowicz, his opponent also started out serving impeccably. Rafael Nadal has never wowed with his serve the way he has with his running gets or whipping forehands, but it’s become one of the pillars of his game. It can bounce sky high on clay, but even on fast surfaces, Nadal makes the most of his lefty serves, placing them like a skilled archer. Of course, Nadal also owns what may be the best ground game on the planet, so that helps him hold more often than not as well. The point is, for as good a server as Janowic ...
Rafael Nadal crushed Canada's Milos Raonic with a brilliant performance to win the Rogers Cup in Montreal.
Rafael Nadal won the Rogers Cup with victory over Milos Raonic - Daily Mail: AFPRafael Nadal won the Ro...
I find this picture of Milos Raonic and Rafael Nadal (big trophy) hilarious!
Rafael Nadal dismissed Milos Raonic, 6-2, 6-2, to win his eighth title of the year in Montreal.
After beating Milos Raonic earlier in the Montreal Masters Rafael Nadal will go up to No3 in the World Rankings and is…
Rafael Nadal deconstructed big-serving Milos Raonic with strong serving of his own. Peter Bodo reacts to Rafa's win:
Rafael Nadal holds the championship trophy after his win over Milos Raonic (Reuters)
Rafael Nadal crushes Milos Raonic to win the Rogers Cup. The Canadian will still reach the Top 10 for the first time.
Nadal crushes Raonic in Montreal: Rafael Nadal beats Milos Raonic in 68 minutes to win his fourth Masters title...
Rafael beats Milos Raonic to win Rogers Cup in Montreal 6-2 6-2
Rafael Nadal dominates Milos Raonic in Rogers Cup final - Globe and Mail
French newspaper L’Equipe predicts the Top 10 in the Emirates ATP Rankings in 2018. Notable inclusions are Benoit Paire at No. 2 and American Jack Sock at No. 10, while a notable exclusion is Rafael Nadal, who will be aged 31 in five years’ time. With problems with his knee plaguing him for the better part of last year, and a style of play that exacerbates impact injuries, can Rafa keep going at his current pace and sustain a high rank? Those are questions to keep in mind as we look at the predicted list of top ATP players in the next 5 years. Predicted 2018 Rank/Age & 2013 Rank 1. Grigor Dimitrov (Age 22; Rank 28) 2. Benoit Paire (Age 24; Rank 26) 3. Andy Murray (Age 26; Rank 2) 4. Milos Raonic (Age 22; Rank 16) 5. Novak Djokovic (Age 26; Rank 1) 6. Kei Nishikori (Age 23; Rank 15) 7. Bernard Tomic (Age 20; Rank 61) 8. Ernests Gulbis (Age 24; Rank 40) 9. Jerzy Janowicz (Age 22; Rank 23) 10. Jack Sock (Age 20; Rank 118) Although no one can predict the future, predictions such as these are often a wake ...
Harlem Shake with Andy, Rafael Nadal and Milos Raonic at the players party according to
Milos Raonic beaten on Monaco clay by veteran Jarkko Nieminen, Rafael Nadal successfully begins quest for 9th title:
How excited would you be to see Milos Raonic play Rafael Nadal in Winnipeg? You can 'spress yo self at
More athletes bid farewell to Andy Roddick via including Milos Raonic and Rafael Nadal.
i don't know who to cheer for, Milos Raonic is out of the olympics and Rafael Nadal is injured
Had the honour to do play X play of Rafael Nadal winning gold in Beijing. Sorry to see he won't be defending in London. Milos Raonic anyone?
Defending French Open champion Rafael Nadal to face 13th seed Juan Monaco in the last 16, after the Argentinian beat Milos Raonic of Canada.
Rafael Nadal makes it look so easy! He just put down Denis Istomin 6-2, 6-2, 6-0! Nadal will most likely face Florian Mayer in the next round. If he wins that round he will play either Milos Raonic or Juan Monaco! Can the King be stopped? — with Chantel Diaz.
HUGE surprise in the Florian Mayer d. Milos Raonic 7-6(5) 6-4 in Rd1 and will face Rafael Nadal in Rd2.
Rafael Nadal is about to play Nikolay Davydenko, whom he trails 4-6 in the head-head. Probably, Davydenko is the only one to play Nadal atleast 10 times, and have a winning head-head. And tonight.. actually past mid-night, Roger Federer will be playing Milos Raonic. Federer's first game on clay.. BLUE clay :D
Ferrer books Nadal repeat David Ferrer overcame the powerful serve of Milos Raonic to earn a clash with Rafael Nadal in the final of the
Rafael Nadal brushed aside Janko Tipsarevic 6-2, 6-2 on Friday to advance to the Barcelona Open semi-finals, while Milos Raonic served 14 aces on his way to eliminating second-seeded Andy Murray in straight sets.
BARCELONA, Spain -- Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray cruised into the Barcelona Open quarterfinals with straight-set victories on Thursday. Nadal broke Robert Farah of Colombia in the first game on his way to a 6-2, 6-3 victory for his 31st straight win at the tournament. Nadal set up a quarterfinal match with fifth- seeded Janko Tipsarevic after the Serbian beat Frederico Gil 6-2, 6-2. "It may sound stupid, but against players like him, you have to go for victory, if you look for a fight you've already lost," Tipsarevic said. "Rafa is playing like he always does on clay, the best, but I'll go out there looking to win and see what happens." Nadal beat Tipsarevic 6-1, 6-0, 6-2 in their previous meeting, which came in the Davis Cup three years ago. Murray made quick work of another Colombian in a 6-1, 6-2 win over Santiago Giraldo, the fourth-ranked Briton serving up nine aces in a quick victory. Murray will play Milos Raonic next after the 11th-seeded Canadian got past Nicolas Almagro 6-3, 6-3. Also, third-see ...
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