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Old 10-30-2012, 08:33 AM   #28
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Default Re: The last tournament in 2012

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Originally Posted by xavihernandez View Post
What do you mean? Does he have a new coach?
Well it looks like everything with Mouratoglou is over and now he is travelling with another coach from the academy - Jean-François Bachelot, who said that at the end of the year they will have to make a decision if they will continue to work together in 2013 or Grigor will be looking for another coach. So it looks like he is just filling in for Mouratoglou, but if they decide they might continue together Looks like he will never get out of that academy or at least any time soon ...



PS: I think soon he will be out of choices because he probably already worked with every single coach there - maybe Hingis is the last one that wasn't Grigor's coach
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