Milos Raonic split with Goran Ivanisevic. The Canadian player had started his co-operation with the 2001 Wimbledon champion in the end of 2017 after recovering from a wrist injury. That news comes as a surprise as Ivanisevic had spoken on a good note about Raonic's improvements after that the 28-year-old reached the Australian Open quarter-finals losing to Lucas Pouille.
Raonic has started working with the Frenchman Fabrice Santoro, as reported by the journalist Carole Bouchard in Indian Wells. Santoro is reportedly "excited" by the challenge. He is continuing to work with his compatriot Pierre-Hugues Herbert as well.
The story of how Genie Bouchard agreed to go on a date with a stranger after losing a Super Bowl bet will be made into a romantic comedy film by Fox 2000, Deadline Hollywood reported. As reported by Deadline Hollywood, the story involving Eugenie Bouchard and John Goehrke will become a movie.
The Canadian player lost a bet two years ago in February 2017 with the Patriots fan over a Super Bowl game prediction between New England and Patriots. Bouchard had tweeted that New England would have won. If the team did not, and so Patriots would win, she would hang out with Goehrke.
Fox 2000 has bought the rights to Jonathan A. Abrams's pitch and it will mainly feature the concept of "dating and love in the modern digital age".