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PARIS — You can excuse Canada’s Milos Raonic for keeping his emotions in check Friday after arguably the biggest win of his tennis career.
The young Canadian finally broke through against one of the so-called Big Three of men’s tennis, knocking off second-ranked Roger Federer 7-6 (5), 7-5 in quarter-final play at the Paris Masters on Friday.
Raonic pumped his fist after the final point but otherwise kept his excitement level to a minimum. The victory over the Swiss star was a great accomplishment, but Raonic wants to keep focused on the big picture of succeeding in Paris and qualifying for the ATP Finals — which he achieved thanks to Kei Nishikori’s win over David Ferrer later Friday.
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