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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 02-18-2012, 07:51 PM
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Re: Apart from Muzza, did any other male player was ever trained by a woman?

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I repeat, there is no male player in top 50 who is trained by a female. That is just a fact. You guys need to get over that and reserve this bs talk for women's tennis forums or something. Next thing you are going to say is Roger is coached by Mirka. Please.
no there isn't... but some of top players were thought by women. I mean women are simply not as powerful as men, but I think they can be great trainers. There are not too many of them but again... think about Mrs. Gencic. I don't think it's anything to do with sex. I think they can be very supportive. Mrs. Gencic is a perfect example. I think a good trainer needs to have that ability to observe and have a good eye for details. at the end it's a matter of a relationship between a player and a trainer. look at Nole and Vajda, they stayed together through good and bad...

I do believe that women can be great trainers but there are not too many of them.
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Re: Apart from Muzza, did any other male player was ever trained by an woman?

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Not sure about that, but Tsonga as always been capable of pulling out these strange one handed backhand, it's not really recent he just started to hit some in matches.
I'm sure he hit it before he was coached by her, but I heard TV commentators say Mauresmo specifically coached him on that shot for the grass season at least one year. Whether or not you want to believe the commentators is another matter, but it seems plausible.
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Re: Apart from Muzza, did any other male player was ever trained by an woman?

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you know what. I can't agree more. there are so many people posting here from all over the world... visiting this site, tennis lovers. and some stupid idiot is talking about grammar. I mean please.
Please, not everyone comes from an english speaking country and some (like me) would like to improve their english as much as possible so i appreciate corrections.
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Please, not everyone comes from an english speaking country and some (like me) would like to improve their english as much as possible so i appreciate corrections.
we are here to help, for sure. I'd suggest that you simply post as much as you can. it's all good
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