Raonic still looking for breakthrough win
After falling to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France in the second round of the Olympics, 6-3, 3-6, 25-23, young Canadian Milos Raonic says he needs to start winning big matches.
"I feel like with the last few matches, maybe I had against Roger [Federer] and now against [Tsonga], up against a few different players on pretty big stages, either Masters Series or whatever, I’ve been sort of knocking on the door," he told reporters. "Hopefully next time around I can sort of kick it down and make the most of it, really try and sort of find my way through this. I think if I can get through one of these it just opens up a lot of doors."