Milos Raonic, the first Canadian man to reach a Grand Slam semifinal (Wimbledon 2014), was in Toronto Friday alongside fellow tennis star and Montreal native Eugenie Bouchard as part of Drake's Team Canada at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.

Turns out the 25-year-old Raonic also has some great hops.

And while an adductor tear in his right leg had hampered the No. 11 player's tennis game as of late, Raonic displayed no pain during the USA vs. Canada All-Star Game, punctuating Team Canada's lead in the first half with this impressive dunk:

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While Raonic's usually carefully-sculpted locks took on a looser form on the hardwood, his hair still remained on point.