What's completely ridiculous is saying that it's only since Rasheed is his coach that Monfils has moved from 44th ranking to 13th ranking, and changed comparing to 2006.
The Monfils we had seen in Roland-Garros was very different from the previous one, and his coach was not Rasheed.
Well, it's true, he was ranked around #40 when he started working with Rasheed at the very end of July 2008 (#59 before RG, #32 after RG, but he moved down again in the rankings when he missed Wimbledon).
And the changes in his game and in his attitude (focus during his matches, discipline off the court) do coincide with his time with Rasheed, so it's perfectly fine to stress that imo. He's a different player than in Roland-Garros.