I understand where the OP's argument is coming from. He does have immense talent and shouldn't be ranked as low as he is right now. Of course, injuries have been setting him back in almost his whole career. With that said, comparing his talent to Federer's is ridiculous as Federer is unarguably by far the most naturally talented tennis player we have never produced on this planet, so it's not fair to Raonic, who is of course one of the very talented dudes out there. I think movement is part of your talent, which he lacks, so he's not a perfect player. He has many weaknesses as well as strengths and they are both part of his natural talent, so saying he's the most talented one is a bit of a strech, but I have no problem admitting he could have one a couple of major titles but for those injuries. Has he ever won any title of any significance in his career? I don't think he has any. That's a bigger riddle to me.