MILOS RAONIC has never reached a Madrid Open quarter-final and on Tuesday he faces a tricky customer in Juan Monaco in the second round.
They’ve met twice before and Argentine world No.34 Monaco has come out on top both times, first in an epic five-setter at the 2012 French Open and two years later at the Tour Finals when Raonic retired injured.
World No.6 Raonic goes into this showdown as 4-7 favourite at Sportingbet while Monaco is 13-8 at bet365 and over 22.5 games pays 4-5 at BetVictor.
There’s plenty more men’s and women’s matches from the early rounds in Madrid today while other highlights include IPL cricket and Stateside sporting action.
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