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Last week Richard Gasquet played superbly and advanced into the final at Rogers Cup, but he could not get past the defending champion Novak Djokovic, who outclassed the Frenchman in straight sets. Now, Gasquet will be up against another feisty contender Milos Raonic of Canada, who has been gradually emerging as one the next big things on ATP World Tour of late.
It is a battle between two hugely talented contenders. While Gasquet has a reliable one-handed backhand to create those mean angles, Raonic can test the bests in business with his probing serve and flat forehand. Interestingly, this will be a first meeting between these two and we can expect some startling tennis action.
With 30-16 win-loss record in the season so far, Gasquet has emerged as one of the most improved players on this season. Due to his fine performance last week, Gasquet is currently ranked as World No. 13 in the world. The Frenchman is gunning for his seventh ATP World Tour title.
Continues to impress with his ever-improving form since making his debut on the ATP World Tour, rising Canadian Raonic has all the decisive weapons in his artillery to surprise the bests in business. Currently ranked as World No. 19 in the world, Raonic has a good 30-13 win-loss record for the season so far and he has already won three career titles.
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