Raonic fans (and detractors) won’t be shocked to learn that he fancies a shrimp-and-quinoa salad. (AP)
Everyone knows that Anna Wintour, so-called editrix of Vogue‘s U.S. book, prides herself on being a major tennis fan. That was certainly proven true at Wimbledon, where her Roger Federer fandom raged, but it’s the magazine brand’s Germany edition and U.S.-based website that most recently covered two stars of the sport, Ana Ivanovic and Milos Raonic. Witness exhibits A, B and C:
It’s true, the idea of Ivanovic ever going “gangsta” is just precious.
Raonic fans (and detractors) won’t be shocked to learn that he fancies a shrimp-and-quinoa salad and likewise fancies his serve, terming it “accurate, intimidating,” and “hard to read.” There’s little that’s new or riveting about his dot-com piece for those who follow tennis religiously, but bear in mind that he’s taking his hard-won Wimbledon glory, reaching that final, to batter his foes with heavy aces across North America leading up to the U.S. Open.
Raonic news via @JeffHernaez.