There was a moment in Wednesday's second-round match when it appeared Milos Raonic would get the best of Roger Federer. That moment was mostly after this point, when the young Canadian took a 40-30 lead on Fed's serve in the first game of the second set:
Federer ended up winning the game and the next two sets, to defeat Raonic in a three-set thriller, 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (4). The veteran changed up his game after losing the first set, resorting to a serve and volley game in order to force Raonic to stay closer to the baseline.
Even with the disappointing loss, the 21-year-old had a positive outlook on his day. "I stepped on court believing I could win, and left the court knowing I could have won," Raonic said after the match.
His time will come sooner rather than later. Expect big things from Milos at Wimbledon or the Olympics.