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Riccardo Piatti and Milos Raonic have announced that they’ve parted ways after four years together.

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”After four years together my working relationship with Milos is coming to an end,” Piatti wrote on Twitter. “I’ll always treasure the time spent with Milos and I’ll always remember the milestones we marked together.”

The Italian, who owns and operates his own academy in Italy, was the stronghold of the Raonic team that has seen many coaches come and go during his tenure. John McEnroe, Carlos Moya and Richard Krajicek have all come and gone in the last few years and it is not clear who Raonic will have as a coach in 2018.

The former World No.3 and 2016 Wimbledon runner-up was hampered by a wrist injury and only played three events after Wimbledon. He finished the year at 29-12, and if he can get healthy would surely be a top 10 if not top 5 player next season. Despite all his troubles in 2017, Raonic still managed to make the second week at all three majors he contested, and reached quarterfinals at the Australian Open and at Wimbledon.