Name: Milos Raonic
Born: December 27, 1990
Occupation: Athlete, media personality and philanthropist
Milos Raonic was born in Podgorica, Montenegro on December 27, 1990. He is the son of Dusan Raonic, an electrical engineer, and Vesna Raonic, a computer and mechanical engineer. He has two siblings: Momir and Jelena. He has an uncle, Branimir Gvozdenovic, who served as Deputy Prime Minister in the government of Montenegro.
After his family relocated to Canada, they settled in Brampton, Ontario but then moved to Thornhill, Ontario. He attended Thornhill Secondary School and finished a year early so he could concentrate on his tennis career.
Milos used to be in a relationship with actress Paula Kalini. He is now reportedly in a committed relationship with model Danielle Knudson. He presently resides in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Milos became first interested in tennis when he was just six years of age. He joined a one-week tennis camp and then took weekly group sessions. At 12, Milos competed in the International Tennis Federation (ITF)’s junior event. At 14, he would earn his first singles match victory. A year later, he won his first singles and doubles juniors title. He would also win the Prince Cup doubles title. When he was 16, Milos went to Montreal and participated at the National Tennis Centre. By 18, he went professional and was successful in the 2008 Wimbledon and 2008 French Open juniors tournaments.
For the next two years, he competed all over the world and honed his craft. In 2011, he made it to the top 25 and won his very first ATP Tour title. In 2013, Milos broke the top 10 and would finish higher at the Grand Slam tournaments. A year later, he reached the third round of the Australian Open, the quarterfinals at the French Open, the semifinals at Wimbledon and the quarterfinals at the U.S. Open.
Despite an injury 2015, Milos would make it to the top three in 2016. Although he achieved immense success, Milos’s apparent kryptonite is the Big 4: Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray.
During his recovery from his injury, Milos was employed by Rogers Sportsnet to serve as an analyst.
Outside of Tennis, he has focused on philanthropic endeavors. Milos has worked with the Canadian Paralympic Committee, the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and other groups that help disadvantaged children. He also established the Raonic Race for Kids
We estimate that Milos Raonic’s net worth is $6 million (2017).
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