Milos Raonic Net Worth|Wiki: A tennis player, his earnings, stats, titles, ranks, age, height, wife
Facts of Milos Raonic Net Worth|Wiki: A tennis player, his earnings, stats, titles, ranks, age, height, wife
|Net worth||$15 million|
|Date of Birth:||1990 December 27|
|Age:||29 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 5 Inch|
Milos Raonic is one of the most successful Canadian professional tennis players who is estimated worth $15 million in 2020. His overall winning percentage of 68.5% which is one of the highest among currently active players. He is one of the best servers and has 91% of his service games.
Sources of Income - Milos Raonic:
Milos Raonic made his fortune from his tennis career and from many brand endorsements. In 2013, Raonic endorses New Balance Apparels and Shoes. Wilson sponsored his racquets. He also partnered with the online clothing brand, Canada Goose in 2014. In 2015, the Aviva Life Insurance group made a multi-year partnership deal with Raonic.
Raonic was appointed as Global Brand Ambassador for Jaguar in 2017. In January 2018, Raonic started to endorse the energy drink brand, Coco Fusion.
Assets and Properties of Milos Raonic:
In 2012, he took up residence in Monte Carlo, Monaco. He owns a 538 sqft apartment, located minutes away from the Monte Carlo Country Club—his "home" tennis club and the site of the Monte-Carlo Masters tournament—and Stade Louis II, which he uses for off-court training. He also owns a Lamborghini.
Career of Milos Raonic:
After starting a professional career in 2008, Raonic gained entry into a Grand Slam tournament for the first time at the 2010 US Open but lost in the first round. In 2011, Raonic won his first ATP title at the Pacific Coast Championships. During his match at Wimbledon in the same year, he suffered a hip injury after falling on the grass. He underwent surgery and wasn't able to play for a couple of months. After that, he continued to rise with better results than before.
In 2012, Raonic won his second ATP title at the Chennai Open in India, defended his title at the Pacific Coast Championships, and won his third ATP title. After the ATP 1000 events, he made it to the finals and was ranked No. 10, becoming the first Canadian player and the first player born in the 1990s to break into the top 10. He has eight ATP World Tour titles. After the 2014 Australian Open, Raonic sustained an ankle injury that kept him out of action for six weeks. He made it to the semifinals of the Grand Slam for the first time. Raonic finished with a career-high total of 1107 aces in 2014.
In 2015, Raonic made it to the final at the Brisbane International and Indian Wells Masters. He withdrew from multiple matches due to leg injury and the nerve surgery in the foot. But 2016 was his best year as he reached his career-high No. 3. Although he reached two finals in 2017, Raonic has many injuries throughout the year and his rank dropped to 24. In 2018, he made it to the top 20 again. Raonic has a total of 8 ATP titles.
Awards and Achievements of Milos Raonic:
Raonic made many records and won many awards throughout his career. In 2011, he received the award for ATP Newcomer of the Year. He won the award for Tennis Canada male player of the year six years in a row, from 2011 to 2016. In 2016, he was awarded the Toronto Sports Hall of Honour male athlete of the year.
His records include 3 consecutive finals and 3 consecutive titles in Pacific Coast Championships, most games played in a set in Summer Olympics, longest match: 3 hours and 38 minutes in ATP World Tour Finals.
Social Works of Milos Raonic:
In 2012, Raonic launched the Milos Raonic Foundation, which supports children from disadvantaged backgrounds in order to remove economic, physical, and other barriers that might prevent them from becoming healthy, productive members of society.
Early Life of Milos Raonic:
Raonic was born in Podgorica, Montenegro to an engineer couple Dušan and Vesna Raonic. Due to political unrest in the Balkans, and seeking more professional opportunities, his family moved to Canada in 1994 when he was three. He has two elder siblings: Jelena Raonic and Momir Raonic.
He attended Thornhill Secondary School. He focused primarily on his studies and practiced tennis before and after school. In 2007, Raonic moved to Montreal as one of the first groups of players at Tennis Canada's new National Tennis Centre. He was given a scholarship by the University of Virginia to study finance while playing for the school. He later turned down the scholarship and played professionally.
Relationship Status of Milos Raonic:
In 2013, he dated Paula Kalini for a year. Since then, he has been dating Canadian model Danielle Knudson.
Raonic on Social Platforms:
Raonic is active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and frequently posts pictures of his games. He currently has 273K followers on Facebook, 367K followers on Instagram, and 335K followers on Twitter.
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