At the stellar heights of her career, rumors of British tennis sensation, Laura Robson, dating one of her fellow tennis players have sent her social media followers on a frenzy of excitement. Robson is recognized as the only British woman since 1998 to reach the fourth round of major tournaments like the US Open in 2012 and the Wimbledon Championships in 2013. The former world no.27 is also a 2012 Olympics silver medalist. Apparently, the tennis star has been caught being really flirty with someone over Twitter. Keep reading to know more about the name of this mystery man who has won Laura’s heart.
Laura has been, allegedly, busy dating Canadian professional tennis player, Milos Raonic. Laura and the handsome stud, who is 6 feet 5 inches tall, have been found to send each other flirtatious tweets. Apparently, the love affair started as a friendship between the two when Laura and Milos met on the sets of a Wilson Tennis commercial. Since then, the duo have been spending considerable amount of time in each other’s company. The alleged lovers have, however, refrained to comment on their relationship in public. Incidentally, Milos had mentioned elsewhere that he would be interested in marrying Laura.
Milos has been all praises about his tennis counterpart and went on to say,
Laura is really nice – she’s funny but don’t tell her I said that. It would be great if she could do well at her home slam.
The duo made an interesting appearance together on a commercial video alongside tennis players Madison Keys and Andrey Kuznetsov. Milos is considered by many to be a potential grand slam winner. The former Wimbledon champion, Richard Krajicek speculated on Milos on a podcast on 8th July, 2016:
It’s going to be tough because it is his first Wimbledon final, his first Grand Slam final, and he’s up against the home favorite who has already won Grand Slam titles. But if he doesn’t win it this year, he’s going to win it in the next two years. For the next four or five years he’s going to be a contender here.
In 2016, Milos also became the first Canadian player to make it to the Wimbledon finals, only to be defeated by Andy Murray. Reportedly, Laura has a prize money of $1,479,280 to her credit, although her exact net worth is not known. She also has a considerable income from brand endorsements. In 2013, Laura was chosen to represent the health club chain, ‘Virgin Active’ in what went on to be revealed as a £20 million contract.