September 24, 2021
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first_imgFifth seed Milos Raonic had only himself to blame after he was dumped out of the French Open fourth round by clay court specialist Pablo Carreno Busta 4-6, 7-6(2), 6-7(6), 6-4, 8-6 on Sunday, with the Canadian committing a staggering 84 unforced errors.The world number six fired an eye-popping 25 aces in an error-ridden performance and fought off six match points before the Spaniard grabbed victory with a volley to earn his first-ever grand slam quarter-final and a matchup with nine-times champion Rafael Nadal.Carreno Busta, who recorded his first win over a top-10 player after 16 failed attempts, traded sets with Raonic, who had littered the court with errors throughout, before the Canadian grabbed a break to go 3-1 up in the fifth.The 25-year-old Spaniard responded with a break of his own but wasted three match points at 5-4 and another two at 7-6 before carving out his seventh to finally finish off Raonic with a volley after four hours and 17 minutes.last_img