Pablo connected the new coach with the contract.
former ATP pro Daniel Orsanic of Argentina (since April 2008).
Daniel Orsanic (ARG)
11-Jun-68, Buenos Aries, Argentina.
Career High ATP Ranking - Singles: 107 (15-Nov-93)
Career High Stanford ATP Doubles Ranking: 24 (11-May-98)
Singles Record: 14 - 31
Singles Titles: 0
Doubles Record: 145 - 170
Doubles Titles: 8
Prize Money: $1,000,042
DOUBLES CAREER TITLES (8): 1993--San Marino; 1994--Hilversum; 1997--Mexico City; 1998--Mallorca, Kitzbuehel; 1999--Stuttgart Outdoor, Munich; 2001--Palermo FINALIST (7): 1997--Bucharest, Palermo; 1998--Palermo, Mexico City, Gstaad; 2001--Munich, St. Poelten
Began playing at age 9...Ranked No. 7 in the Argentine national junior rankings...Likes to play and watch soccer (River Plate is his favorite team) and likes sports in general...Likes books and movies that teach him things and stimulate his mind, and enjoys reading about places he travels to...Musically likes Latin music, especially salsa, but dream is to see U2 in concert...Also enjoys acoustic guitar music (but doesn't play)...Favorite surface is clay.
Hereafter, it will be the enjoyment because a former player who was skillful in the doubles tends to do the work that you may coach