Milos Raonic marries his model girlfriend in Italy

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Milos Raonic marries his model girlfriend in Italy

Former world No. 3 Milos Raonic got married to his long-time partner Camille Ringoir in a wedding ceremony that took place in Italy. Raonic, the 2016 Wimbledon runner-up, reportedly first started dating Ringoir in 2019. Three years later, Raonic and Ringoir tied the knot.

Ringoir is a Belgian model and she has been on the magazine cover for Elle Czech, Marie Claire Belgium and Elle Singapore from 2009 to 2010.

Raonic continues to recover from an Achilles injury

When it comes to his tennis career, the last few years have been extremely challenging for Raonic.

After losing in the Miami round-of-16 last year, Raonic took a four-month injury break before he returned to action at the Atlanta Open in July. After playing just one match and realizing he wasn't where he needed to be, Raonic called it a season.

Raonic was targeting to play the Australian Open but in December announced his withdrawal due to an Achilles injury. Raonic hasn't played in a while but he follows the game and Canadian tennis players. After Leylah Fernandez reached the US Open, Raonic called it "magical."

"It’s been incredible. It’s not just a magical run to play her first semifinal, it’s also the quality of player she’s been beating, the way she’s been beating them. There’s a lot of grit behind it," Raonic said of Fernandez's run.

Also, Raonic spoke positively of Felix Auger-Aliassime. "Before he was very much into, 'Hey, this is what I got to do and live and die by that,' sometimes matches don’t play out that way, there’s changes, he's made opponent think more," Raonic said of Auger-Aliassime.

Raonic had several notable Grand Slam results in the past and now it's time for the younger Canadians to step up. "It’s one of those things that happens on its own. I tried to achieve my goals and to have that kind of positive ripple effect is probably one of my greatest honours," Raonic said of his success being an inspiration to younger Canadian players.