Raonic's deal is now reportedly worth 40 millions over five years.
Many active players never got that after winning Slams and the guy hasn't reached a Slam QF yet.
Talk about pressure and expectations.
I was wondering about that because when he signed, an unnamed source said it was the kind of deal a top 5 player would get.
I imagine nobody puts higher expectations on Milos than Milos himself, so I doubt he's too worried about that. Glad to see he's taking advantage of his popularity and marketability while he can. He's doing exactly what a player should in his position.
Next match up is Rosol on a non-televised court, so we won't have a clue how he's doing. He's going to need to do better than he did yesterday, though. He performed much better against PHM and Blake last fall after a poor performance against Giraldo at the USO, so he is capable of bouncing back quickly.
Straight sets win over Rosol, Kohlschreiber is next!