At the end of the second, Kuznetsova summoned her coach Stefan Ortega. “He told me to go back to what I was doing in the first set,” she said. “I’d stopped doing it in the second, but he told me to just vary my game. I think if I hadn‚t talked to him I would have hit the ball harder and gone for winners more quickly.” The outcome was a reversal of Kuznetsova’s dwindling fortunes, and she ran out a 6-1, 1-6, 6-3 winner to end Swiss interest in the Zurich Open.
The win sets up Kuznetsova for a semifinal against Daniela Hantuchova. “She’s coached by a former coach of mine,” said Kuznetsova with a cheeky grin, indicating that Hantuchova may have inside information about her opponent. But Kuznetsova's information may be slightly out of date, as Hantuchova is no longer with Kuznetsova’s former mentor Angel Gimenez; her mother is listed as her coach this week.
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