Milos Raonic is hoping to give an Andy Murray an "uncomfortable" match during their round four encounter at the US Open.
Milos Raonic has revealed that he wants to give Andy Murray an "uncomfortable" time when the pair meet in round four of the US Open tomorrow.
The Canadian, who beat Murray in their previous meeting in Barcelona, believes that the key to him having a chance of advancing through to the quarter-final is the way that he serves.
"If I'm serving well, I'm hitting my spots, it's about making him feel as uncomfortable as possible," he told reporters.
"If I serve well, that's sort of what sort of happens. It's a ripple effect."
Raonic reached round four thanks to a victory over James Blake last night.
Result: Raonic defeats Blake in New York >