In an interview with Daily Mail, Milos Raonic was asked about his standout moment of the year. The Canadian picked Novak Djokovic's five-set Wimbledon final win over Roger Federer. Raonic said: "There are the things that will always generate a lot of media attention, but for me, the thing that I remember most is the match points that Roger had here in the final.
I don't know why, but how those played out – especially the second one – it's pretty vivid in my mind when I look back." Looking ahead to 2020, Raonic added: "I think it's going to be hard to count out those top three guys, Novak, Roger and Rafa.
I think Roger will have his opportunities and his moments, but consistency will be hard for him. Rafa and Novak, those guys are going to be a big part of the storyline for 2020. You know what, maybe Team World will win the Laver Cup in Boston, too."
On his favorite tournament of the year, Raonic concluded: "I would have to say Wimbledon is always far and beyond special for me. It obviously wasn't as a great personal experience for me, being up two sets to love and coming up short with the result and physically.
Elsewhere, I guess maybe I could put it up there just because it was the first experience and it was something completely new, I would say the Laver Cup. It was really a great surprise for me, and I'm happy that I got to do it for the first time. I was supposed to do it in the previous two years, but I was always hurt, so it was nice to finally get there."