John McEnroe Announces He’ll Help Coach Milos Raonic At Wimbledon
John McEnroe was on Eurosport this evening taping a segment for the “Game Set Mats” show with Mats Wilander. And on the show, McEnroe revealed that he will be on the coaching team for Milos Raonic at Wimbledon as a consultant.
Raonic, who is currently with Carlos Moya, hasn’t commented on this acquisition. And what of Moya? Will he be let go after the clay swing?
Raonic won easily today over lucky loser Andrej Martin and afterward didn’t mention any coaching chance. He’ll take on Albert Ramos-Vinolas on Sunday in the fourth round.
The 57-year-old McEnroe has never officially coached anyone but he did win Wimbledon five times. Raonic made the semifinals two years ago.
This is how McEnroe announced he would coach Raonic in Wimbledon. pic.twitter.com/q5WvD5B5dD
— Stroppa Del (@stroppadel) May 27, 2016
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