This may be going against the grain, but I don't think Lleyton is necessarily the right coach for him. A player who squeezed out every ounce of his talent in every match, whilst setting a good example, might not have the tools or understanding to motivate and inspire someone who finds themselves lost in a web of undirected talent and harsh individual pressures.
05.05.19 Mutua Madrid Open Madrid, Spain
13.05.19 Internazionali BNL d'Italia Rome< Italy
26.05.19 Roland Garros Paris, France
10.06.19 Mercedes Cup Stuttgart, Germany
17.06.19 Fever-Tree Championships Queen's, Great Britain
01.07.19 Wimbledon London, Great Britain
Tiny vine clip of Nick and Genie Bouchard playing doubles against Madison Keys and Grigor Dimitrov last night at the Nike promotional event. :)
Nick started 2018 in Brisbane where he defeated Matthew Ebden, Alexandr Dolgopolov, Grigor Dimitrov, and won the Final by defeating Ryan Harrison. He next went to the AO where he has so far defeated Rogerio Dutra Silva and Viktor Troicki. He next match is against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.