Krajicek, who won Wimbledon in 1996, and Raonic possess similar games, with big serves, big forehands and near perfect hair.
Krajicek had a 1-handed backhand and like Raonic, wasn’t a great mover. The Dutchman retired in 2003 with 17 career titles and a career-high No. 4 ranking. He hasn’t been involved in any coaching but he presently serves as tournament director of the ABN AMRO World Tennis in Rotterdam and he’s the founder of the Krajicek Foundation.
If the Times story is true, look for an official announcement later this week.
Under Moya, Raonic finished a career-best No. 3 in the ATP Rankings and reached his first Grand Slam final.
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