At his peak this season, world No. 3 Milos Raonic had not one, not two, but three coaches.
Unlike at Wimbledon, John McEnroe will stick to his day job at the US Open.
WIMBLEDON – The ink spilled and bandwidth used to extoll the benefits of coach Johnny Mac here could have solved global warming if used wisely.
WIMBLEDON – John McEnroe has tried to be a coach before. It never worked out.
He can help improve what he’s done best, but more than anything, Johnny Mac wants Raonic to enjoy the ride as he never did.
A bit of bad luck, and a terrific Andy Murray, made Raonic the runner-up on Sunday.
PARIS – It could be great. Or it could be a disaster.
MELBOURNE, Australia – The parallels with the 1991 Australian Open semis are nearly perfect.
Word was quick to get around when Genie Bouchard and Jimmy Connors were spotted at the West Side Tennis Club Wednesday.
WIMBLEDON – How well they knew each other back in the day, who knows. But as Andy Murray coach Amélie Mauresmo prepares to hand over the reins to Jonas Bjorkman and go off on maternity leave, the chemistry seems terrific.
Just a few months into their collaboration, Agnieszka Radwanska and Martina Navratilova have called it a day.
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