The reunion between coach Diego Moyano and Frances Tiafoe is over after less than six months.

Moyano announced that the pair have ended their working relationship on Instagram on Friday as he heralded his "new chapter." The pair, which had worked together previously when Moyano was a USTA coach, had previously announced their reunion in December.

"I’m grateful for the opportunity to have coached such a talented player and even more better person," Moyano wrote.

Former Top 10 player Tiafoe is down to No. 23 in this week's ATP rankings and is 10-8 on the year, but his best result of the season came last week when he finished as runner-up to Ben Shelton in Houston. His reunion with Moyano came after three years with Wayne Ferreira, who helped guide Tiafoe to the 2022 US Open semifinals and a Top 10 ranking.

In the offseason, Tiafoe dubbed returning to Moyano a "full-circle moment," while Moyano said he was "so excited, motivated, and with a lot of responsibility for this great challenge ahead of us."


The Argentine, who also coached Kevin Anderson, Coco Gauff, as well as Americans Tommy Paul and Reilly Opelka in his time with the USTA, signed off by sending the 25-year-old his well wishes.

"I have no doubt that you’ll continue to shine in your tennis career, and I’ll be cheering you on every step of the way," Moyano continued.

"Thank you for trusting me to be a part of your journey. Wishing you nothing but the best in all your future endeavors."