I think not having a coach and doing what he's doing is a testament to his skill. I think no coach is better than an average coach. The responsibility of a coach is to understand your game and help you to steer your game in the right way. And I think if you're going to give somebody that place and that responsibility, they need to make sure they deliver. So little separates so many guys, that you can improve your weakness a touch and drop your strength a touch and you become an ordinary player.">>>>
Hey, loser, your strenght is ground strokes and returns and fitness, NOT trying to bunt at the ball when you're up 40-15 in a crucial game of the deciding set. When was the last time you took an ordinary 2nd serve and smashed it so hard that an opposing player didn't even move? When was the last time a big server was trembling at the thought that if he missed his 1st serve, there will be hell to pay on the 2nd? How many winners did you hit off your backhand? Way to be the Punisher....NOT!
When was the last time you served over 65% in a big match against an opponent like Safin, Sampras or Federer? Matts Vilander once served at over 90%......Dumbass..