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What he does to do?

In your opinion..What Monfils has to do to become top 10 player or just to win a major??

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Re: What he does to do?

ok ..i am sorry for title it is supposed to be what he got to do!

i believe he has the skills just need something more to do it

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too late to do anything about it now, he will always be a clown
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Re: What he does to do?

hes young if he gets better coach than rasheed it would be fine...maybe grosjean can jump in and coach him?

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In your opinion..What Monfils has to do to become top 10 player or just to win a major??
- a better calendar/schedule to avoid injuries

- a better professional behaviour

- a better coach who can learn him how to play with more tactical skills on court
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Re: What he does to do?

He needs to learn to respect the game. That's it.

But I don't think that will happen.

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Re: What he does to do?

Take the ball on the rise.

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But I don't think that will happen.
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To do or not to do, what is the question?
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Re: What he does to do?

what he got to do is the question...

i think that he is the fastest guy on tour but he dont have to run on every ball even if he knows that he wont get the ball..also i dont know why he likes to fall on hardcourts especially??

best solution is to take other coach like grosjean or santoro who was tennis player before and knows what to do with such a talent like monfils is

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- a better calendar/schedule to avoid injuries

- a better professional behaviour

- a better coach who can learn him how to play with more tactical skills on court
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Re: What he does to do?

Put a large amount of money on the right guys' desks.
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Re: What he does to do?

Thing is with Monfils is that he has top 4 and RG winning potential. Too bad he is too much of a clown to make the most of it.

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He needs to stop listening French hip-hop and stop acting like a monkey in a circus waiting for a banana after his performance.

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