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Milos Raonic has parted way with coach Carlos Moya.

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Milos Raonic has parted ways with coach Carlos Moya after the Spaniard helped guide the Canadian player through his most successful year on the tour.

In a statement on his Facebook account, Raonic thanked Moya for helping "to get the best out of me" during a season in which he reached his first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon and moved up to a career high ranking of No. 3.

Raonic says "we will no longer be continuing our coaching relationship, but remain close friends."

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Moya, who won the 1998 French Open, joined Raonic's coaching team in January.

Raonic, who has also worked with John McEnroe, has Riccardo Piatti as a full-time coach.

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