In an article in the Haaretz news site
Peer's new coach (former coach of Davenport) talks about Peer her chances.
Tennis / Peer's new coach shooting for Top 15
By Rami Hipsh
Shahar Peer rose yesterday to her highest ever WTA ranking at 24 in the world, but her new coach, Adam Peterson, is aiming a lot higher.
"Our goal is that wins over top 20 players will be a regular thing for Shahar," said Peterson, who recently replaced Peer's coach over the past six years, Oded Ya'akov. "We want her to feel like one of them, and make the jump to the top 15 players in the world.
"Peer has enormous potential," added Peterson, who coached former world number one Lindsay Davenport until last year. "Her serve is even more powerful than Davenport's, and is still learning."
Peer, who will compete at next week's Eastbourne Tournament, said she is settling down with her new coach.
"We are learning to work together," Peer said, adding she was surprised by her popularity following her success at the French Open.
"People stop me on the street," she said. "There isn't a person who doesn't recognize me, and I find that amazing. Even 50-year-old women stop me and say they saw me on television. I hope it continues like that. It will depend very much on what I achieve in the future."