May 31, 2012
Raonic not losing any sleep in France
By QMI AGENCY
Milos Raonic was pretty excited about his second-round win Thursday at the French Open.
It gave him a chance to hit the sack.
"Good match today," the Canadian tweeted after the match. "Now it's time for the nap I have been day-dreaming about."
Raonic, who says he doesn't function without 90 minutes of afternoon shut-eye every day, extended his stay in Paris with a 6-4, 7-5, 6-2 win over Ottawa-born American Jesse Levine to move on to the third round.
Raonic, seeded no. 19 in the tournament, hit 40 winners and served 16 aces He won 89% of his first-serve points and was broken only once in the match.
Next, Raonic will play No. 13 seed Juan Monaco of Argentina.
Canadian Aleksandra Wozniak will play her third-round match Friday against world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka.