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Old 06-05-2012, 08:14 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by tennis2018 View Post
^if not the sponsors will b pounding on his door now!!
Sponsors will of course be important to keep him financed in the tour level. But I am equally interested to see if he decides on a good tour-level tier-1 coach, to open his mind to the finer strategies employed at that level of play. I hope his old coach does not mind. Unless the Goblin prefers to stay with the same coach (emotional ties and all), then he'd better be prepared to work a lot harder at finding out how to beat players at the top, because no one will hand out these lessons for free. Of course, even that is possible, seeing how he took off a set from Roger himself.
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