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His father will travel with him to Australia, but I don't think he will be his new coach :)
 

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Patrick Mouratoglou answered the question about new coach as below on his facebook:"As you all know, Grigor Dimitrov is currently coachless. He doesn't want to rush and takes his time. He has a whole Team at the Academy working with him daily. At the moment, he is starting his pre-season preparation. I will help him for that period and his father too. When he'll be ready to find a new coach, we'll consider the options and take the decisions together."

Thus the coachless status may continue for a while until the suitable time but he has the whole academy team support:)
 

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it seems his father will be his coach at least for the moment. but i think that if it proves successful during january, the temporary measure may become permanent
 

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:facepalm: He needs a professional coach without doubt. And I still hope he finds one very soon. :p Thanks for the info!! :hug:
 

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Ive just watched his match agains Tsonga at Wimbledon...amazing,it took me 2 days to download it :D But what a match!
 

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Reed’s tennis awards for 2011
By Eurosport


Best match to commentate on



It was a match at Wimbledon which really stuck with me, between Grigor Dimitrov and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. It was a fantastic encounter, and one of immense quality and excitement.

The two players embraced each other for several seconds at the end of the match, and it was most definitely the highest quality clash in the tournament. The crowd rose to their feet with a standing ovation, and that was quite fitting.

Dimitrov has so much potential and, while he may fail to truly live up to what is expected of him, on this occasion he was truly brilliant.

The shots he produced against Tsonga in that match were thrilling to watch and Tsonga was taken aback by how inspired his opponent's play was. It was a quite staggering performance.

I can recall the most incredible rallies: brutal hitting, remarkable saves, thunderous serves; it had absolutely everything. Many people were just left to laugh at how good it was because they could not quite believe it.

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Today he plays his Hopman cup match against Berdych and im gonna watch it on national tv,its gona be at 5.30 however :D Good luck
 

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lol, 11-9 to take the second set tie breaker... not nervous at all :p haha

Seriously high quality though, he's playing top 20 tennis right now! =]

Mephi x
 
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