Milos Raonic has decided to part ways with coach Richard Krajicek after working with him for less than six months. The Canadian took the decision in the wake of his exit from French Open.

Under the former Wimbledon champion, Raonic didn’t win a single title and could make to two finals out of nine tournaments.

Raonic crashed out of French Open after losing to Pablo Carreno Busta in the fourth round on Sunday.

“My coach, Richard Krajicek, and I have decided to part ways. This decision has been a mutual one,” Raonic said on his official Twitter account.

“I would like to thank Richard for his help with my game, his dedication and professionalism. I wish him all the best.”

(With Agency inputs)