Sam Querrey scored a major upset at Wimbledon on Friday, when he ousted big-serving Canadian youngster Milos Raonic 6-7, 7-6, 7-6, 6-4. Raonic, who was considered by many to be a dark horse in this year's event, served 25 aces and won 78% of his first serve points.
However, it was not enough, as Querrey was stronger off the ground and more consistent overall. He managed to break Raonic twice in the match. “This is definitely my biggest win in a long time,” Querrey said after the match.
“It was a big moment… and it feels great. I'm pretty calm and collected after a win or loss, but [I] kind of let it out there a little bit at the end. I was out for a while, and I feel like I'm coming back. [My] ranking is moving up. [It’s] just nice to be in the third round of a [Grand] Slam again."