Two "c"s in his name, it's "Riccardo"
I like him, as much as I like every Italian guy involved with tennis who decides not to play tennis but to coach foreign tennis players
I think he's doing very well with Ljubicic and I hope he'll be able to help Gasquet reaching some good results on the tour
My father knows him and he always tells me that moment in which Piatti chose to follow Ljubicic and to leave Djokovic alone, not actually a wise choice
Piatti's from Milan but as someone told above he's based in Monte Carlo