As first reported by Spanish tennis journalist Angel Rigueira, Milos Raonic and his coach, Galo Blanco, have parted ways.
The two began working together late in 2010, and shortly thereafter Raonic began his meteoric rise up the ATP rankings.
This is a statement from Raonic:
“I’m very grateful for everything Galo has done with me and my tennis. He helped me grow as a tennis player and as a person. I wouldn’t be where I am without him. We decided mutually its time to move in a different coaching direction and I wish him all the best in the future.”
Raonic will play the Rome ATP stop without a coach.
The 22-year-old will retain Tony Estalella (strength and conditioning) and Joan Ozon (physiotherapist) on his team.