Milos Raonic has developed a sort of obsession for the so-called celebrity coaches.
Last year in Wimbledon he had two former world no.1 (Carlos Moya and John McEnroe) and a top coach (Riccardo Piatti) in his team in the same moment. Moya joined Raonic at the beginning of the year after another celebrity coach (Ljubicic) left Milos to coach Federer. Recently the Spaniard has left Raonic’s team (he joined Nadal), and now it’s time for 1996 Wimbledon champion, Richard Krajicek to step in.
The announcement from Raonic
Milos posted his comments on Instagram
“Today was my first practice with Richard Krajicek. It’s great to have Richard, alongside my team, for the upcoming season in my attempt to reach new and higher goals for 2017.
I worked with Richard for a few days last year before the Australian Open, and I’m sure with his experience and being a Wimbledon champion, he can help me reach my goals. I look forward to doing great things.”
Raonic has ended the season as the world no.3 even if he has won just one title I 2016 (Brisbane). Can he achieve more this year?
— Richard Krajicek (@RichardKrajicek) December 20, 2016
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