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Letter to My Future Self | Milos Raonic

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Note to #MyFutureSelf:

Milos,
Never lose the fire.
The fire to train, to compete, to win.
The fire to get better, to rise, to succeed.
It's the fire that drives you,
that forces you to hit harder, keep going, to bleed.
The fire is your source of energy, your power, your character.
But don't let it consume you.
You use it. You share it.
You can spark in others the fire to fight,
to...
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new balance | #MyFutureSelf | FUEL YOUR FIRE: Milos Raonic Won’t Stop Until He Is Best in the World

Milos Raonic has a burning desire to be the greatest tennis player in the world. He channels his fire into the game, into life, into all that he does. Note t...

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I am disappointed that I am unable to compete alongside the Canadian team versus Great Britain due to an injury sustained during my previous match in Australia. I wish all the best to my teammates in this exciting tie held in Ottawa.

Peter Polansky to replace Milos Raonic in Davis Cup by BNP Paribas action

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I'm obviously very disappointed that my Australian Open run came to an end tonight. There were some opportunities in that second set. Other than that, there wasn't much for me to hold onto.

I thought Rafa did some things well. I thought he took the match to me. He did something a little bit different than he normally does. He played better than I did.

These last two and a half weeks have...
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I had a rough 48 hours. But I got my energy up last night much more. I had a bad fever. I didn't go onsite on Friday. I just slept pretty much all day. Everything was aching. So against Simon I was most pleased just with the attitude and the way I stuck through it. The game will always come if I give myself a chance with it.

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Surprise visit from my Alice Springs cheer squad yesterday!

Communities all over Australia were selected to support players during the Australian Open for taking part in the Free Tennis Day initiative. These juniors travelled over 1100km to be in Melbourne and I'm proud to be their AO player this year.
My performance today was what it needed to be. It's obviously tough to have necessarily a solid performance all the way through, but I did what I needed to.

I took care of my serve. I broke quite early in all the sets. Just dropped off a little bit where I faced a few dangers on my service games in the beginning of the third, end of the second. But other than that, I returned pretty solid...
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One more sleep before my Australian Open begins!

Raonic's bedroom eyes wide open

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It was great fun meeting Melbourne Football Club Captain Nathan Jones and having a go at 'footy'! New Balance
I played very well to beat Rafa tonight. I did a lot of very good things. Obviously served well. I was creating stuff. I was dictating, which wasn't necessarily the case at the beginning of the match. I'm glad I was able to sort of stick around long enough to see that work.

I play Dimitrov next. It's a difficult match-up. He's capable of so much. He can do so many great things. It's really...
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Against Schwartzman today I really struggled at the beginning in that first service game, and had another close service game before I started to get in on his games. Then I could feel I started imposing myself on him. He started making some mistakes, and I was able to create some things, as well. I have to be glad with how I finished.

It might be Rafa up next for me. It's exciting. I would...
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Thank you for all of the birthday wishes!
Not long now until I’m back on the court at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi and I can’t wait! Get your tickets at ticketmaster.ae or Virgin Megastores across the UAE
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