Milos Raonic 2021: Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
Milos Raonic is the most successful Canadian singles male player in the history of tennis. The most distinctive part of his game is the powerful and accurate 'missile' serve. Milos Raonic reached a career-high singles ranking of no. 3 in 2016.
He is the first Canadian male player in the Open era to reach the Australian Open semifinals, French Open quarterfinals, and the Wimbledon Championships final.
Milos Raonic's parents are both engineers. His father, Dušan, holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, while his mother, Vesna, has degrees in mechanical and computer engineering.
Raonic previously dated Danielle Knudson, a Canadian model, and has been dating another Canadian model, Camille Renoir.
Milos Raonic was suffering from a right knee injury for a long time.
Milos Raonic's best Grand Slam performance came at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships, reaching the finals against Andy Murray. His other key career highlights include two semifinals at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and the 2016 Australian Open.
He also reached the finals of four ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Events - the 2013 Canadian Open, 2014 Paris Masters, 2016 Indian Wells Masters, and the 2020 Western and Southern Open.
Raonic has won 8 titles on the WTA Tour, including three in San Jose, and one each in Chennai, Bangkok, Washington, St. Petersburg, and Brisbane.
The 6ft 5inch player proved to be the best servers in the Open Era. He has a career win-loss record of 365-170 to date.
Milos Raonic's form ahead of the 2021 season
Raonic has struggled a lot with injury issues over the past couple of seasons. However, in 2020, he produced some good runs, starting with a quarter-final showing at the Australian Open, defeating the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Marin Cilic.
He found good form after the Tour's resumption in August, reaching the finals of the Western and Southern Open. He also made a couple of more semi-finals before the end of the season, including at the Rolex Paris Masters. Raonic is currently ranked no. 15 in the world.
Milos Raonic: Net worth 2021
Milos Raonic Endorsements 2021
In 2013, Raonic became the first-ever tennis player to endorse New Balance Apparels and Shoes. His racquets are sponsored by Wilson. The Canadian also partnered with online clothing brand, Canada Goose in 2014. In 2015, Aviva Life Insurance group signed a multi-year partnership deal with Raonic.
Also, Rogers - a Canadian communications and media company has been working with Milos Raonic for a few years. In one of his biggest endorsements, Jaguar appointed Raonic as its Global Brand Ambassador in 2017. In January 2018, Raonic started to endorse the energy drink brand, Coco Fusion.
New Balance later announced that their contract with Raonic would last for the rest of his career and beyond.
His current endorsement deals include Aviva, Wilson, New Balance, Canada Goose, Lacoste, Rolex, Rogers, and Jaguar.
Foundation and charity
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Raonic began the Milos Raonic Foundation a few years ago, and the organization has done some great work over the years.
Last year, he also joined the High Impact Athletes initiative. As part of the initiative, professional athletes donate at least one percent of their earnings towards the benefit of some of the leading charities in the world.
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|Height||6 ft 5 in|
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Marital status||Not Married|
|Residence||Monte Carlo, Monaco|
|Endorsements||Aviva, Wilson, New Balance, Canada Goose, Lacoste, Rolex, Rogers, and Jaguar.|