Milos Raonic, standing at 6’5”, has one of the most powerful serves on tour and complements it with an all-court game. The Canadian, who was born in Montenegro, won his first career title in San Jose in 2011. Five years later—and seven titles later—he made it to his first career Grand Slam final. In 2016, with the help of John McEnroe, Raonic reached the final of Wimbledon. An underdog against Andy Murray, he lost in straight sets. The right-hander is especially dangerous on hard courts. On February 11, 2011, he became the highest-ranked Canadian male in tennis history when he reached No. 37. He was the first player born in the 1990s to win an ATP title, reach the Top 10 and qualify for the World Tour Finals. With his massive service game, the Canadian’s points tend to be short, and he’s hardly ever broken.
Raonic came from two sets to one down to defeat Roger Federer in the 2016 Wimbledon semifinals: