The way Canadian Milos Raonic is playing at the moment, you would never know he missed nearly two months with an ankle injury.
Following up on his quarter-final effort last week at Indian Wells, his first tournament since the Australian Open in January, the 23-year-old Canadian has made it look easy as he has strolled through to the fourth round at the Sony Open in Miami.
He needed just 56 minutes to dispose of Guillermo Garcia-Lopez of Spain Monday afternoon – a ruthlessly efficient 6-1, 6-2 victory that puts him into the final 16 at the Masters 1000 series tournament.
Garcia-Lopez, a fit 30-year-old with a one-handed backhand, is a solid player currently ranked No. 55 but who has been ranked in the top 25 in his career and has two ATP Tour titles to his credit. Raonic completely outclassed him.Read More »from Milos Raonic breezes into the sweet 16 at the Sony Open in Miami