Canada's Milos Raonic returns the ball to Spain's Albert Ramos-vinolas during their men's fourth round match at the Roland Garros 2016 French Tennis Open in Paris on May 29, 2016. / AFP / Eric FEFERBERG
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Unheralded Spanish left-hander Albert Ramos-Vinolas reached his first Grand Slam quarter-final Sunday with a 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 defeat of Canadian eighth seed Milos Raonic.Ramos-Vinolas, 28, had never got beyond the second round of any major before this Roland Garros and had failed to win a match at the tournament since 2011 .With John McEnroe, who has agreed to work with him on his Wimbledon campaign, watching from the stands, Raonic was broken twice in the first set.He was a break to the good at 2-0 in the second but Ramos-Vinolas roared back to claim a two-sets lead.Nishikori is trying to make the last-eight in Paris for the second successive year while Gasquet, the last French player remaining in either the men's or women's singles, has yet to reach the quarter-finals.
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