During a global pandemic, Milos Raonic is not using his newfound time off for video games and Netflix binging.
With the ATP on hiatus, the world No. 30 and former Wimbledon finalist is taking the extended time off to build up his body, sharpen his game and prepare tactically for a return to live tennis later this summer.
“I took a very short break and then got straight into training,” said Raonic, appearing on the Match Point Canada podcast.
Speaking from his home via a Zoom call, the Canadian revealed how he’s dedicated his time to separate training blocks alongside