Ball of Timelessness

NEW YORK — Milos Raonic’s best just wasn’t good enough against Olympic champion Andy Murray.

The native of Thornhill, Ont., lost to Murray 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 on Monday in the fourth round of the U.S. Open.

“It was a tough match, he was just too good,” said Raonic. “I was never comfortable and he played extremely well. This was a big loss, I really gave everything out there and I’ve never felt such a defeat.”

Murray, still seeking his first Grand Slam title, reached the quarter-finals at an eighth consecutive major tournament by beating the 15th-seeded Raonic.

Raonic was trying to become the first Canadian man in a Grand Slam quarter-final in the Open era, which began in 1968.

Canadian women remain the only players to have gone to the last eight in a Grand Slam, most recently through Patricia Hy-Boulais at the 1992 U.S. Open.

Raonic reached this stage…

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ram H singhal Happiness notes

Success is getting what you want.

Happiness is liking what you get.

H. Jackson Brown, Jr. 

An American author best known for his inspirational book,

 Life’s Little Instruction Book, which was a  New York Times bestseller (1991–1994).

Its sequel Life’s Little Instruction Book: Volume 2 also made it to the same best seller list in 1993.

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