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Milos Raonic’s girlfriend gets incredibly intense at Australian Open

The eyes have it! Tennis star Milos Raonic’s model girlfriend gets incredibly intense as he battles back to win the longest match of the Open so far

  • Milos Raonic battled to win the longest match of the Australian Open so far 
  • The match took four hours and three minutes for him to beat Stan Wawrinka
  • His Belgian model girlfriend Camille Ringoir watched from the stand intensely 

Tennis star Milos Raonic battled to win the longest match of the Australian Open so far as his model girlfriend watched intensely from the grandstand.

Nothing could distract Belgian model Camille Ringoir while she watched with intense concentration as the Canadian took to the court at Melbourne Park on Thursday.

It took four hours and three minutes for Raonic to overcome Stan Wawrinka in four sets, with three consecutive tie-breakers.

Tennis star Milos Raonic battled to win the longest match of the Australian Open so far as his model girlfriend watched intensely from the grandstand

Nothing could distract Belgian model Camille Ringoir as she watched on with a concentrated gaze as Milos Raonic took to the court

Nothing could distract Belgian model Camille Ringoir as she watched on with a concentrated gaze as Milos Raonic took to the court

The TV cameras continued to find the Belgian model who looked more nervous than Raonic himself as the ball was hit back and forth.

‘Goodness me, that is Milos Raonic’s girlfriend,’ Channel 9 presenter Tony Jones said as she continued to gaze intently at the match. 

‘It is a nervous, nervous time not only for the player, but all of those as part of their team.’ 

Ms Ringoir then jumped to her feet and yelled in excitement when Raonic won the third set.

The lengthy match began under open skies but due to rain, finished with the roof closed four hours later.

The TV cameras continued to find the Belgian model who looked more nervous than Raonic himself as the ball was hit back and forth

The TV cameras continued to find the Belgian model who looked more nervous than Raonic himself as the ball was hit back and forth

The lengthy match began under open skies but due to rain, finished with the roof closed four hours later

The lengthy match began under open skies but due to rain, finished with the roof closed four hours later

‘That is hard to describe – it feels like four hours passed by in 15 minutes,’ said Raonic. 

‘In the heat of the battle, the adrenaline takes over. You try to do everything you can each and every point. 

‘I was very fortunate to stay alive in that fourth set. I am thankful that it was indoors. I do a little bit better indoors than I do outdoors … thank you for raining.’ 

Stan Wawrinka, who won the Australian Open in 2014, put up a tough fight against the Canadian star but was pushed him out of the competition by Raonic.    

Ms Ringoir then jumped to her feet and yelled in excitement when Raonic won the third set

Ms Ringoir then jumped to her feet and yelled in excitement when Raonic won the third set

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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