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Under the watchful gaze of new coach and tennis royalty John McEnroe, sixth seed Milos Raonic got off to a solid start with a 7-6(4) 6-2 6-4 win over Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta at Wimbledon on Monday.
While the Canadian was not at the powerful best that took him to his first grasscourt final at Queen’s just over a week ago, his class and big serve overwhelmed Carreno Busta 7-6(4) 6-2 6-4.
Much of the attention on Court Two was devoted to three-times Wimbledon champion McEnroe, who slipped into the players’ box when Raonic was 3-2 up in a close first set. As many cameras and phones were pointed at him as his 25-year-old charge.
Raonic, hoping to better his 2014 semi-final appearance when he lost to Roger Federer, took the second set with a cheeky lob over the Spaniard, ranked 46th in the world. The Canadian needed seven match points to seal the match in the third.