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Milos Raonic

60 seconds with Milos Raonic

   

Exclusive: 60 seconds with Milos Raonic.

Actor I would like to play me in a film about my life: I guess anybody good looking, maybe Brad Pitt. That would help my ego a little bit.
If I wasn’t a tennis player, I would be: Still in University studying for a career in finance.
I never travel to a tournament without: My tennis rackets.
Favourite city on the tour: Monte Carlo would have to be my No 1 pick.
The last place I visited on holiday: My house, in Toronto.
Favourite restaurant on the tour: Rockpool, in Melbourne.
Favourite shop on the tour: That’s a good one. I guess Subway, because they make really good Macademia cookies.
The last book I read: Steve Jobs.
The last film I watched: Project X.
The last album I listened to: Take Care, by Drake, before every match.
The last meal I cooked: Macaroni and cheese in Canada, in the microwave because I don’t really know how to cook.
The last joke I laughed at: Every single time my coach trips and falls over something.
The last time I was recognised by a member of the public: Yesterday, walking to dinner, to have sushi with friends.
The last time I broke a racket: In Monte Carlo, practising – accidentally.
Grass, hard or clay? Hard.
Hot or cold? Cold enough so I could be indoors.
Sand or snow? Depends. Bit of both.
Be invisible or fly? I’d rather fly.
If I won the lottery, I would: Buy something nice for my parents and buy a nice car for myself.

   
  • Zerospace55

    upcoming top 5 player here folks

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=550174960 Heather Proctor

    Hasn’t he won the lottery already??

  • Anonymous

    Love watching you play,Milos!You have a great swagger around the court and you are so confident and positive.
    All the Tennis Channel commentators agree that you’re extremely skilled and surely headed to the top 10>>>>5 very soon!

  • Serge

    If you like to read thrillers, check out “Breach of Sanity” by Patricia Neary. She is an Ontarion authour and would like to have the opinion of a classic young man like you. If it is not your genre then keep entertaining us with your racquet. Love the way you keep your composure in and out of court. Canada loves its new star.