MELBOURNE, Australia – The Milos Raonic of Canada is moving towards the quarter-finals at the Australian Open after a dominant performance in the Round of 16.
Raonic dropped the world & # 39; of & # 39; 28 years 4 Alexander Zverev of Germany in & # 39; straight sets on Monday, 6-1, 6-1, 7-6 (5) in & # 39; Rod Laver Arena to advance to the last eight.
Zverev broke Raonic in the first game of the opening game, but the Canadians were not concerned and crusades from there, and emerged 15 total aces on his way to victory.
The product & # 39; Thornhill, Ont., Will face or Borna Cilic of Croatia or Lucas Pouille & # 39; France, playing the fourth game & # 39; latest round Monday.
Having fallen & # 39; behind 4-1 in the second set, the frustration & # 39; Zverev raised and felt on his RAQUET by distributing f & # 39; pieces.
The 21 years old German had 10 double faults, than fivefold in the second set alone.
Raonic, who is No. 17 in the world rankings, made the quarter-quarters of the previous tournament three times, with his best finish following in 2016 when they came out of the semifinal against Andy Murray.