Canadian tennis player Milos Raonic’s participation in the Miami Championships ended in the 16th round in Florida.
The 37th player on the world board represents Maple Leaf trembling when he has the ball. The winner has 14 Aces and won 81% of the rallies on his first serve.
Raonic, known for his excellent serving ability, accumulated 12 Aces and made 60% of his first attempts on the line. However, in the loss, the Antares were only broken once, but faced 11 breaks. point. He also served his competitors once and only gave himself two chances of success.
The 30-year-old therefore failed to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since the Bercy-Bercy event in November 2020.
In the next round, Hurkacz will face the head-to-head between Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece and Lorenzo Sonego of Italy. The two players will face off later in the evening.
Due to the failure of Raonic, Bianca Andreescu (Bianca Andreescu) became the only representative of Canada still competing in Miami. The ninth-ranked player in the world will face Spain’s Sara Sorribes Tormo in the eighth-finals.