He's going to be unbreakable! If you want to beat the guy on grass, it's going to have to be 6-7 7-6 7-6 7-6.
Christ, bit of an over-reaction to one tournament.
If that's the case why has Isner never won Wimbledon? Or Karlovic?
Raonic is not consistent enough, right here, right now, to win a Slam. Andy was getting the measure of him by the end of the 2nd set. There will be games where his serve goes missing. Think back to Murray vs Isner at the USO last year. There will be chances for the opponents, and the better players will take those. Even if he plays to the standard he has this week over three sets and dumps out a top player, the chances are slim of him being able to do it again two days later against the next top player.
Christ, would people have been making these assumptions after he lost to Montanes in Monte Carlo? He may well win a Slam (most likely Wimbledon, if any) in a few years time but the sudden predictions of world #1 and multi-Slam winner by some on here based on beating an off-form Murray on his least-favourite surface is very, very fickle.