Canada’s Milos Raonic superior to the quarterfinals of the Paris Masters tennis event with a 7-6 (1), 6-2 win over American qualifier Marcos Giron on Thursday.
The large server from Thornhill, Ont., had 17 aces within the match that took just below one hour 22 minutes to finish.
Raonic, seeded 10th in Paris, by no means confronted break level and broke Giron twice on seven probabilities.
Each gamers have been correct with 64 per cent of their first serves, however Raonic received 88 per cent of first-serve factors in comparison with 70 per cent for Giron. Raonic received a formidable 74 per cent of second-serve factors, in comparison with 42 per cent for his opponent.
Raonic, ranked 17th on the planet, improved to 2-Zero in opposition to No. 91 Giron.
The 29-year-old Raonic, a finalist on the indoor hardcourt occasion in 2014, subsequent faces Croatia’s Marin Cilic or France’s Ugo Humbert.