The big-serving American was a late addition to the field in Delray Beach after accepting a wildcard a few days after losing to Radu Albot at the New York Open.
"Obviously having not played a lot of matches I was going in and out a little bit with my focus and my intensity", Raonic said.
"It was close. It happens", Isner said.
US end Canada's ice hockey run
Canada was third in the overall medal standings with 22 after Thursday's game, including nine gold, six silver and seven bronze. It was the first Olympic women's hockey final to go to a shootout. "(It was) just hard", Larocque said of her response.
He blasted nine aces, broke Daniel's serve four times and won 85 percent of his first serve points in the 84-minute match.
The 6-foot-11 Opelka, ranked No. 228, hit 17 aces.
Ranked 51st in the world, Johnson made sure Raonic wouldn't build on that success.
Delta and United join companies cutting ties with NRA
The bank and vehicle rental company were used by the NRA to promote its membership through discounts and bonus deals. The NRA, like the AARP or AAA, promotes discounts in order to entice potential members to join .
Delray Beach: Frances Tiafoe turned the tables on Juan Martin del Potro on Thursday, toppling the second-seeded former champion 7-6 (8/6), 4-6, 7-5 to reach the quarter-finals of the ATP tournament at Delray Beach, Florida. Watch Live On TennisTV Watch Full Match Replays The win sets a first-time showdown with last year's #NextGenATP Finals champion and Australian Open semi-finalist Hyeon Chung. In 2016 Isner opted to participate in the Golden Swing, playing in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. Denis Shapovalov of Canada beat American Jared Donaldson 7-6 (6), 4-6, 4-6. World number 10 del Potro appeared to be on his way when he seized an early 3-0 lead, but he was unable to capitalize on four set points as he dropped the opener in the tiebreaker. This was their fifth meeting (the third here in Rio), all on clay and Diego scored the third consecutive win, dropping serve three times and stealing rival's games on six occasions to safely reach the last eight.
Facebook pulls violent virtual reality games from CPAC booth after Parkland
This is not the first time Facebook has been accused of being tone deaf in demonstrating the capabilities of its virtual reality . Facebook removed the reel from the booth, and temporarily removed the shooting demo from the reel, soon thereafter.