Milos Raonic made his return to the ATP Tour after engaging a new coach. Javier Piles has joined his team, and will work alongside Raonic's two other coaches Riccardo Piatti, who has been in Raonic's team since 2013, and former world no.
1 doubles player Mark Knowles, who started working with Raonic in June replacing Richard Krajicek, who had replaced Carlos Moya. We will see what Piles will be able to bring to Raonic's game and mental state: the Spaniard was with David Ferrer until 2013, and then helped Roberto Bautista Agut.
A few months ago Novak Djokovic's former coach Dusan Vemic was also a part of Raonic's coaching team, but just for a few weeks as Raonic didn't compete for seven weeks after his loss at the Rogers Cup until his return at the Tokyo Open.
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