Milos Raonic ousts Alexander Zverev in Wimbledon marathon
Milos Raonic kept his cool on the crunch points, taking five of eight opportunities to break while Alexander Zverev converted just three of 18tennis Updated: Jul 11, 2017 09:03 IST
Canada’s Milos Raonic survived a marathon fourth round workout against rising German star Alexander Zverev on Monday, knocking out some pundits’ outside bet for this year’s title 4-6 7-5 4-6 7-5 6-1.
Seeded sixth and runner-up last year to Andy Murray, Raonic kept his cool on the crunch points, taking five of eight opportunities to break while the 20-year-old 10th seed converted just three of 18.
The big-serving Canadian sealed the match with his 23rd ace after close to 3-1/2 hours’ play.
Raonic will face Roger Federer in Wednesday’s quarter-final.