He just played two bad points at *4-2 15-30 - but in the first set he had zero say in the matter, Milos was hitting the ball too good- showing what a fast court can do for an aggressive ballstriker like him.
Both players were excellent 2nd set though, the tie break was a clutch battle.
Milos winning the title would be great now
but Kei doing it in his backyard would be a sweet moment too.
No, but Murray usually plays better and tighter towards of the end of matches- the collapse at the finish line, the most important part of a match, was more do to Murray than Raonic to be honest.
This reminds me of Djokovic losing to Isner in Miami, sort of irritated and unfocused.