No longer with Krajicek, Milos Raonic hires Mark Knowles to be coach

by: Kamakshi Tandon | June 14, 2017

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Raonic said Knowles would join him in grass-court training this week. (AP)

Milos Raonic has officially announced Mark Knowles as his new coach.


The Canadian split with former coach Richard Krajicek following the French Open. Veteran ATP coach Riccardo Piatti is still also part of Raonic's team.

Knowles was a three-time Grand Slam doubles champion.

Raonic said Knowles would join him in grass-court training this week. The world No. 6 is scheduled to return to competition at next week's ATP event at Queen's Club.


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