Canadian tennis ace Milos Raonic warned Tuesday he was dynamic to revenge final year’s final defeat to Andy Murray in a pivotal Wimbledon warm-up tournament at Queen’s Club in June.
The 26-year-old mislaid to British star Murray in both the Queen’s and Wimbledon finals final year though pronounced he felt he should have won a former.
World series 5 Raonic will face a tip category margin as Murray, Rafael Nadal, US Open champion Stan Wawrinka and 2014 winner Grigor Dimitrov have all pronounced they will play.
“Having reached a final of a Championships final year I unequivocally wish to go one improved this time,” Raonic told the tournament website.
“It’s a good contest with some-more than a century of history, so to be so tighten to feat final year was a really special experience.
“At a same time we feel like, as good as Andy played in the final, it’s one that got divided from me and we wish to try to put that right this year.
“It is also a good approach to be in a best figure on grass as Andy and we showed final year by reaching a Wimbledon final three weeks after Queen’s final year.”
Tournament Director Stephen Farrow pronounced it was terrific Raonic, who mislaid to Murray for a third time in England last year in a stirring semi-final in a ATP World Tour finals last November, would be back.
“Milos won over everybody with his run to a final last year and a beauty with that he supposed defeat,” said Farrow.
“We are gay that he is going to be behind with us this year to try to go one better.”
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