The boss has made more changes at Milos Raonic Tennis, as the world No. 3-ranked player has parted ways with coach Carlos Moya.
Moya, a former French Open champion from Spain, began working with the 25-year-old Richmond Hill, Ont., native in January, joining Italian Riccardo Piatti, who has coached Raonic since 2014.
Raonic also hired former world No. 1 John McEnroe for his Wimbledon run this year, where he reached the final before losing to Andy Murray.
"I'm the CEO of the Milos Raonic Tennis," Raonic told tennis.com earlier this year when asked about his many coaches. "That's it ... It is my job personally, [for] everything I hear, to weigh what it's worth and weigh what is best for me ... I take everybody's consultations very personally. I know everybody I have around me wants to help me to the fullest ... I'm going to try to do everything I can to sort of maximize giving myself the opportunity to achieve my goals."
Raonic has been hampered with injury since the summer, most recently a torn quadricep in his right leg.
Thank you to Carlos Moya for helping me tremendously this year, alongside my team, to get the… https://t.co/lz4nUw7oCU— @milosraonic