After Best Season Milos Raonic Parts Ways With Coach Carlos Moya
by Tom Gainey | December 1st, 2016, 9:59 am

Milos Raonic is shedding his coaching team. After ending things with John McEnroe earlier this year, Raonic has now parted with coach Carlos Moya.

“Thank you to Carlos Moya for helping me tremendously this year, alongside my team, to get the best out of me. Under Carlos’ direction and tutelage I have played my best yet to date. We will no longer be continuing our coaching relationship but remain close friends. I wish him all the best,” the 25-year-old Raonic posted on Instagram.

Moya joined the Raonic team at the start of the year and under the Spaniard Raonic has his best season reaching his first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon and a first Australian Open semifinal.

He also improved his return of serve and also his ranking finishing at a career-high No. 3.

But maybe the McEnroe experiment wore thin with Moya who saw the American also make an appearance in the coaching box in London a few weeks ago.

Moya, though, appreciated the opportunity to help Raonic. “Thanks Milos,it’s been an honor to be part of #TeamMilos,I wish you all the best in the future 💪💪,” he posted on twitter.

Raonic will remain with coach Riccardo Piatti.

You Might Like:
Milos Raonic Explains The Hiring Of New Coach Carlos Moya
Milos Raonic To Name Richard Krajicek As His Next Coach
Milos Raonic Hires Carlos Moya To His Coaching Staff
Rafael Nadal Has Added Carlos Moya To His Coaching Team
John McEnroe Announces He’ll Help Coach Milos Raonic At Wimbledon

Don't miss any tennis action, stay connected with Tennis-X

Get the FREE TX daily newsletter

4 Comments for After Best Season Milos Raonic Parts Ways With Coach Carlos Moya

SG1 Says:

A little surprised by this one. During Moya’s tenure, Milos’ return and movement really improved and he reached his first GS final.

sinha71 Says:

I for one believe that it was Moya’s decision.

Could be in Rafa’s camp soon.

Giles Says:

^^^ Very unlikely.

Humble Rafa Says:

I will never insult Uncle Toni.

Top story: Djokovic Returns to ATP Play This Week In Tel Aviv; Sinner In Sofia, Ruud In Seoul