Wimbledon

Raonic beats Federer to advance to first Wimbledon final

Milos Raonic made history today when he beat Roger Federer to advance to his first Wimbledon final. A victory on Sunday would make him the first Canadian men's tennis player to win the world's most famous tennis tournament, as well as the first Canadian to win a men's singles grand slam title.

It took the Thornhill native five sets to defeat the seven time Wimbledon champion 6-3, 6-7, 4-6, 7-5, 6-3.

Catch the final this weekend at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema where Raonic will face the winner of the Murray-Berdych match taking place later today.


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