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“Shows The Strength of Canadian Tennis” – Milos Raonic Reflects on First-Ever Davis Cup Win

Canada's team holds the trophy after winning the Davis Cup tennis tournament at the Martin Carpena sportshall, in Malaga on November 27, 2022. - Felix Auger-Aliassime sealed tennis history for Canada as they won their first Davis Cup title by beating Australia 2-0 in November 27, 2022's finals in Malaga. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP) (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO/AFP via Getty Images)
Canada’s team holds the trophy after winning the Davis Cup tennis tournament at the Martin Carpena sportshall, in Malaga on November 27, 2022. – Felix Auger-Aliassime sealed tennis history for Canada as they won their first Davis Cup title by beating Australia 2-0 in November 27, 2022’s finals in Malaga. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP) (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO/AFP via Getty Images)

Milos Raonic has represented his home team Canada at the Davis Cup on several occasions. In recent days, the 31-year-old could not appear in the men’s tennis circuit due to injuries. The former World No.3 has reflected on his home country’s first-ever Davis Cup win.

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On Sunday, the young and energetic Canadian team powered past the former World No.1 Lleyton Hewitt’s Australian team 2-0 to capture their maiden Davis Cup in Malaga, Spain.

“Congratulations to Team Canada. Congrats to Felix, Denis, Vasek, Alexis, and Gabriel on winning the Davis Cup. Many Canadians have achieved a lot in tennis. This shows the strength of Canadian tennis on an international team stage, winning the highest achievement”, Milos wrote on social media.

The 2016 Wimbledon finalist further added, “This is the greatest moment in Canadian tennis and I hope we get to see it happen many more times!”

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