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Should Paradorn drop Chanachai?

  • Yes, drop Chanachai

    Votes: 1 3.6%
  • No, follow his heart and saty with dad

    Votes: 27 96.4%

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Should he do what the Thai experts say or follow his heart.
 

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Imo why change winning formula he should stay with his dad. At least for the time being and then see if he can back up this great year.
 

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The Thai are not 'experts.' They did not coach a man into the ATP top 20 by correcting his mistakes and using his strengths, after spending rookie years under the top one hundred. (Proof enough that dad is the best man for the job!!) There is a tendency for Asian culture to think what they currently have is not the best; for Paradorn, that if dad coaching got him to top twenty that for sure a 'real' coach will get him higher. The parent as coach has produced many number ones on the WTA (everyone except Lindsay as far as I know) so who's to say it can't work on the ATP?
 

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No way!!!!
His dad is guiding him now, and he seems to guide his son for the right way, so why to change him?!
Apart, I think that Paradorn must feel very confident having his dad as his coach.
 

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stay with papa :)
 

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for you information, the 'thai expert' who started this thought is not a real expert, he's just a commentator what is worst is that he's not even regular tennis commentator!! And we all know how rubbish the commentator always is!!!
 

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“He’s not a businessman trying to take something from me. I trust him,” Paradorn says of Chanachai.
 

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keep the father
 
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