Last Updated on December 23, 2021
This season, Canadian tennis player Milos Raonic can’t find his former form. His best result at tournaments this year is reaching the fourth round of the Australian Open, where he lost to future champion Novak Djokovic in four sets. Reaching the fourth round of the Australian Open brought Milos $246,400
In this article, we’ll look at where else Milos is making money.
|25 000 000$
|December 27, 1990
Titograd, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia
|1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
Milos Raonic Career
Milos Raonic was born on December 27, 1990 in Titograd, now Podgorica (the capital of Montenegro), to a family of engineers. When the boy was three years old, his parents made the decision to move to another country, settling in Canada.
Raonic first hit the court at the age of eight. Since he was a child, he was guided by the playing style of Pete Sampras, whom he considers his idol.
Milos made his debut at the Challenger in Granby in 2007. But the official start of his career dates back to 2008 when the young tennis player won his first Futures doubles title followed by reaching the singles final. The next season Milos won the Challenger doubles title in tandem with Vaczek Pospisil and then made his ATP (Rogers Cup) debut a year later. Despite the fact that the young talent was unable to progress beyond the first round, a year later, in the company of Vasek Pospisil he created a mini-sensation in doubles at the same championship, beating Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
In addition, in 2010, Milos broke into the main draw of the Grand Slam tournament for the first time, which brought him to the attention of the national tennis federation. The player receives an invitation to the Canadian team and takes part in several Davis Cup matches. As a result, he ends the year in the middle of the second hundred world rankings.
2011 was an excellent start for Raonic: he reached the fourth round of the Australian Open and won his first career ATP trophy, which became a pass to the top 100. Shortly afterward, the Canadian reached the Memphis finals and also made a strong showing at the European clay-court events, moving up to No.25 in the singles rankings. A hip injury and surgery leave Milos out for a while, but at the end of the season he receives the ATP Newcomer of the Year Award.
— Tennis Canada (@TennisCanada) November 19, 2015
The next season, Milos won his second ATP title and set two notable records. At the tournament in India, he did not lose a single-serve, and at the Summer Olympics, he had the longest match, as well as the longest set. Consistently high-quality performances and a huge number of aces enabled the Canadian to quickly establish himself in the top 20.
2013 brought the tennis player two more ATP trophies and a rise in the ATP rankings, but the strain of fatigue was gradually taking its toll. Milos struggles with injuries, dropping out of competitions and then returning to the court. In 2014, he reaches the quarterfinals of Roland Garros for the first time, and by the sum of his achievements he enters the final tournament of the year in London, but he drops out already in the group stage due to another injury. The Canadian spent the next season unevenly, which had a natural effect on his rating.
Returning to competition after another serious injury, Milos showed good form at the Masters, which allows him to regain lost ground. In the summer he became the first Canadian to reach the Wimbledon finals, but lost to Andy Murray. A few months later, the Scotsman, for whom the 2016 season was one of the brightest of his career, blocked Raonic’s way to another title, this time the London Final.
It is becoming increasingly difficult for the Canadian to cope with the enormous workload. Milos is gradually losing his position in the rankings and only returns to the top 20 by the end of 2018. History repeats itself in 2019: chronic and new injuries force Raonic to withdraw from a total of twelve tournaments. He only manages to regain his form at the beginning of 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic intervenes in the plans of the tennis player, in connection with which he, like many of his colleagues, is forced to revise his schedule.
🏆 Masters 1000 No.35!
Novak Djokovic finally beats Milos Raonic 1-6 6-3 6-4 to win Cincinnati Masters title! pic.twitter.com/DIommeMzIT
— We Are Tennis (@WeAreTennis) August 29, 2020
The Canadian’s most notable achievement this season was reaching the Masters final in Cincinnati, where he lost to the well-formed Novak Djokovic.
- Brisbane 2016
- St. Petersburg 2015
- Washington 2014
- Bangkok 2013
- Chennai 2012
- San Jose 2011,2012,2013
Milos Raonic Endorsements
Milos Raonic collaborates with the following brands: Wilson is a well-known manufacturer of tennis equipment; New Balance – famous sportswear manufacturer.
— Milos Raonic (@milosraonic) February 5, 2018
His other sponsorship deals include Aviva, an insurance services company; Canada Goose, a Canadian clothing brand; Commerce Court, a real estate company; Lacoste, a sportswear company; Rolex, a luxury watch brand; Jaguar, a well-known car manufacturer; and others.
Milos Raonic Net Worth
In 2021 Raonic earned $364,361 in prize money for 11 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Milos earned $20,207,052 in prize money according to the official ATP website. We estimated Milos Raonic’s net worth at $25 000 000.