Raonic uses the Wilson Blade 98 18X20 v8 Racket; here is a list of the full gear he uses:
|Type||Gear Raonic Uses|
|Racquet||Wilson Blade 98 18X20 v8|
|Strings||Luxilon M2 Pro|
|Grip||Wilson Pro Grip|
|Overgrip||Wilson Pro Overgrip|
|Shoe||New Balance Men’s Fresh Foam Lav V2|
|Bag||Wilson Super Tour 15 Pack Tennis Bag Red|
Milos Raonic is a Canadian professional tennis player, currently ranked No. 8 in the world by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Born on December 27, 1990 in Titograd in the former Yugoslavia (now Podgorica, Montenegro), he moved to Canada with his family at the age of three and grew up in Thornhill, Ontario.
Raonic began playing tennis at age eight and attained a career-high ranking of World No. 3 in November 2016. He won his first ATP title at the 2011 SAP Open and went on to win six more titles by the end of 2013. In 2014, Raonic achieved his best Grand Slam result to date when he reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon before losing to Roger Federer–his second loss to him that year after the final match of Indian Wells Masters. Later that year he also made it to two Masters 1000 finals but lost both–the Rogers Cup final to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Shanghai Masters final to Federer once again.
In 2015, Raonic claimed his first Masters 1000 title after defeating Kei Nishikori in the final of Canadian Open; as well as reaching two other Masters finals (losing both) and making it into top-five for the first time ever.
At the same year’s Australian Open he reached fourth round for third consecutive time but eventually lost to Andy Murray in straight sets, despite winning first set tiebreak 9-7 after saving five match points.
In 2016 Raonic made it into semifinals of Australian Open once again–this time losing to eventual champion Novak Djokovic in four sets–and later that year, he avenged his earlier defeat against Murray by beating him 6-3 6-7 5-7 7-5 6-3 in Wimbledon semis before bowing out against eventual champion Andy Murray in a close five-setter.
Achieving best Grand Slam result for himself so far and becoming youngest Canadian ever player reach Grand Slam Final Four stage since Jacques Villeneuve almost 40 years ago back in 1977.
Raonic has become one of most successful players from Canada ever: having won eight ATP singles titles so far throughout his career; being only third Canadian male player (after Robert Powell and Grant Connell) ever reach top 10 ranking; as well as being highest ranked male player from Canada since 1983 when Andrew Sznajder held number seven spot for few weeks during summer months that year.
24-year-old Camille Ringoir from Belgium started her modeling career at the age of 13 after an agent discovered her at a local supermarket; she initially signed with Dominique Models, but is nowadays represented by Supreme Management.
Camille said she was super shy, but modeling changed her. If modeling hadn’t crossed her path, acting was something she was attracted to, and going to college, since she was a good student in school.
She loves cooking and doing pilates. Camille said what she one of the things she misses the most about home, is her mom, Anne Marie’s food.
Furthermore, she posed for Marie Claire Belgium, Elle Czech, Elle Singapore; more recently Sports Illustrated.
Her father Paul Ringoir is the lead dispatcher for the Belgium brewery Anheuser-Busch InBev. She has one sister named Justine.
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Milos Raonic and Camille Ringoir got married in Tuscany, Italy in April 2022.