ATP Queens 06/19 16:45 26 [186] Milos Raonic v Taylor Fritz [12] 6-7,4-6
ATP Queens 06/17 14:45 25 [186] Milos Raonic v Cameron Norrie [39] 6-7,6-3,7-6
ATP Hertogenbosch 06/14 12:40 27 [9] Alex De Minaur v Milos Raonic [197] 7-5,6-2
ATP Hertogenbosch 06/13 15:40 26 [85] Roberto Bautista Agut v Milos Raonic [197] 6-4,2-6,5-7
ATP Hertogenbosch 06/11 11:30 25 [197] Milos Raonic v Jordan Thompson [37] 6-3,6-4
ATP Indian Wells 03/09 19:00 24 Milos Raonic v Holger Rune Walkover
ATP Indian Wells 03/08 02:00 23 [224] Milos Raonic v Sumit Nagal [101] 6-3,6-3
ATP Indian Wells 03/08 00:00 23 Milos Raonic v Rafael Nadal CANC
ATP Rotterdam 02/16 20:35 27 [4] Jannik Sinner v Milos Raonic [309] Retired
ATP Rotterdam 02/14 12:35 26 [309] Milos Raonic v Alexander Bublik [23] 6-4,6-4
ATP Rotterdam 02/12 15:15 25 [309] Milos Raonic v Jesper De Jong [141] 7-6,6-4
Australian Open 01/15 08:10 23 [10] Alex De Minaur v Milos Raonic [319] Retired

Wikipedia - Milos Raonic

Milos Raonic (Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Раонић, romanized: Miloš Raonić, pronounced [mǐloʃ râonitɕ]; born December 27, 1990) is a Canadian professional tennis player. He has been ranked as high as world No. 3 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), which he first achieved on November 21, 2016, making him the highest-ranked Canadian player in history. Raonic is the first Canadian man in the Open Era to reach the Wimbledon final, the Australian Open semifinals, and the French Open quarterfinals. He has won eight ATP Tour titles.

Raonic's career highlights include a major final at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships; two major semifinals at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and 2016 Australian Open; and four ATP World Tour Masters 1000 finals at the 2013 Canadian Open, 2014 Paris Masters, 2016 Indian Wells Masters, and the 2020 Cincinnati Masters. Raonic first gained widespread recognition by reaching the fourth round of the 2011 Australian Open as a qualifier, where he was said to be the future of professional tennis. Coupled with his first ATP Tour title three weeks later, his world ranking rose from No. 152 to No. 37 in one month, and he was awarded the 2011 ATP Newcomer of the Year. Raonic is the first player born in the 1990s to win an ATP Tour title, to be ranked in the top 10, and to qualify for the ATP Tour Finals (the latter of which he achieved in 2014).

Raonic is frequently described as having one of the best serves among his contemporaries. Statistically, Raonic is one of the best servers in the Open Era, winning 91% of service games to rank third of all time. Aided by his serve, he plays an all-court style with an emphasis on short points. All his singles titles have been won on hardcourts. His overall winning percentage of 68% is one of the highest among currently active players.