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Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

Accorgint to this piece of news from Spanish newspaper AS.com (see here), "Djokovic explaines that a few weeks ago he decided to change his coach and is now working for the new challenges of the season with Austrian Gebhard Phil-Gritshc".

(From the original: "Djokovic explicó que hace unas semanas decidió cambiar de entrenador y que ya prepara los nuevos desafíos de la temporada junto al austríaco Gebhard Phil-Gritsch.")


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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

Has he completely ditched the parents? Cause this might be good for him.

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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

WHAT???

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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

This is a joke,right?

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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

The parents are the ones that probably tried to get rid of Vajda.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

i heard he hired Gebhard Phil-Gritsch as a fitness coach...

don't know if he ditched Vajda..

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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

I saw Vajda there in Monte Carlo and we'll see if he is there in Rome.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
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Vajda was in the player's box WITH Nole's parents at MC final
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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

He changed his fitness coach, not Vajda

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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

someone please add "fitness" before "coach" in thread title

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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

It's a relief now,wow!

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Yes, please don't make a misleading thread title

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Re: Gebhard Phil-Gritsch (AUT), new coach for Djokovic ?

Anyway, I didn't saw anything wrong his fitness coach either,you don't change a good team.

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Anyway, I didn't saw anything wrong his fitness coach either,you don't change a good team.
I didn't realize he already had a fitness coach. He has been doing a terrible job with him if that's the case.

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I didn't realize he already had a fitness coach. He has been doing a terrible job with him if that's the case.
I meant they were a good people team .And if this man can take some more extra strength out of Nole,if that is possible, I'm fine with it.

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