Milos Raonic trained with John McEnroe in between the Toronto Masters and the Cincinnati Masters, and the pair has also been looking back at Raonic's play in the Wimbledon final.

"We spent a lot of time working on various things," Raonic said in a television interview with ESPN. "Some disappointment in that final at Wimbledon, the mental side. We spent a lot of time talking about that, discussing that."

According to Raonic, McEnroe said that the 25-year-old did not "show some intensity" in "a few important moments" during his defeat to Britain's Andy Murray.

"I thought I was really putting all the intensity mentally," said Raonic. "I re-watched the match, and I did see those moments … I saw seven key moments."

The Canadian admitted that those moments probably didn’t affect the outcome of the match.

“But at least they'll make my opponent think a bit more,” the world No. 6 said, “where I can show some presence, impose myself a bit more … Obviously you can't replicate that in practice, but there were some very prolonged discussions."

Raonic, who is into the semifinals in Cincinnati, hired McEnroe to be a coaching consultant during the grass-court season, but the pair has since extended its arrangement.