Milos Raonic’s well-coifed hair raises Eugenie Bouchard’s ire

It may not be possible for Milos Raonic to have a bad hair day.

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MELBOURNE, Australia — Milos Raonic’s sculpted hair is a source of conversation around the tennis tours. It’s so famous, in fact, it even has its own spoof Twitter accounts — @milosraonichair and @Milos–Hair.

And his fellow Canadian, Eugenie Bouchard, has had enough.

Asked about his latest haircut following her first-round win at the Australian Open, Bouchard took aim at Raonic’s obsession with styling.

"I made fun of his hair last year. I don’t know how it’s different now. I just think he spends way too much time worrying about his hair."

More than her?

"Clearly," she deadpanned.

Raonic wasn’t being dragged into the debate after his win over Ukrainian qualifier Illya Marchenko on Tuesday.

Told what Bouchard said, he politely declined to comment.

"Next question, really. I’m not going to get into this," he said with a smile.