Toronto, August 5, 2014 - Chris Kermode presents Milos Raonic with his Top 10 trophy commemorating his achievement of breaking into the game’s elite.
Raonic made history one year ago when he became the first Canadian and the first player born in the 1990s to break into the Top 10 after reaching the final in Montreal (l. to Nadal). After winning his sixth ATP World Tour title at the Citi Open last week (d. Pospisil), the 23 year old is at a career-high World No. 6.
"It's great, that kind of recognition," said Raonic. "It's great all the things that have happened in this past year. I think the progress I have made, the development I've been fortunate to go through. The sights pretty much go down now. It's No. 5, No. 4, No. 3, whatever comes after that. It's about getting better each week and figuring out a way to win matches."