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Re: Changing the coach

How good is Ricardo Sanchez? His CV says he formerly coached Jankovic and Wozniacki, but JJ and Caro are two of the most one dimensional players of recent times. He certainly didn't add aspects to their game
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I think if she remained with the status quo, then it would have been down down, deeper & down.

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How good is Ricardo Sanchez? His CV says he formerly coached Jankovic and Wozniacki, but JJ and Caro are two of the most one dimensional players of recent times. He certainly didn't add aspects to their game
He also coached Carlos Moya, Nikolay Davydenko and Alejandro Falla. He is also coach of IMG Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy and friend of Chip Brooks who helped Sabine last year.
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How good is Ricardo Sanchez? His CV says he formerly coached Jankovic and Wozniacki, but JJ and Caro are two of the most one dimensional players of recent times. He certainly didn't add aspects to their game

He time-share coached Caro for about eight weeks.

What´s wrong with having JJ´s career? He made her #1 in the world. You´d have a problem with Lisicki becoming #1 and having more wins over Serena than Azarenka/Sharapova combined?

If he could coach Lisicki to an Olympic medal, a Premier 900, a MM YEC and a Doubles YEC like he did with Petrova last year it would be the greatest six months of Lisicki´s career.

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How good is Ricardo Sanchez? His CV says he formerly coached Jankovic and Wozniacki, but JJ and Caro are two of the most one dimensional players of recent times. He certainly didn't add aspects to their game
He coached JJ during her best time when she was playing great tennis and winning against great players
I think it's a good decision to get a coach, let's see how it works out between the two.
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I'm curious to see what he can do with Sabine. (And how long it will last.)

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I'm curious to see what he can do with Sabine. (And how long it will last.)
I hope he will strengthen her self confidence and safety game, so she can use her full potential. He dosn't need to explain her how to hit the ball.
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He served much in the duo-Kirilenko Petrova.
He helped petrova for the Olympics and that she was the main objective of the previous year, so she joined Kirilenko. By winning so many games and major titles, it made that singles made improved since their confidence was another.
So I think Bine must set clear goals and learn from this experience, this may mean a change for her and I do not think it change of one day to another, but if you can go slowly gaining confidence that is what she need to recover and find tranquility in their matches thus she can go back to feel better in a court enjoying.
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He also coached Carlos Moya, Nikolay Davydenko and Alejandro Falla. He is also coach of IMG Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy and friend of Chip Brooks who helped Sabine last year.
He was a coach at the academy before he took over Jankovic but remained part of the Bollettieri universe of course. Probably they knew each other before, and maybe the IMG/ Bollettieri network played a role in bringing them together.

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Coach Ricardo Sanchez considers state of the WTA

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As to whether he'd coach an ATP player: "I wouldn't really care to. The problem there is that on the women's tour I'm at a level of the five best coaches in the world, and I am in demand. Now, if there came about the chance to train a young lad who looks like a good bet, of course I would do it for less money."

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He thinks very high of himself

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sabine is a good bet...i like that phrase...
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So what do we all think of Mr Sanchez a month in? I'm impressed. 2 finals in a matter of a weeks is a great improvement. I hope Sabine keeps him for a while, at least until after Wimbledon.
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Sanchez gone, she won't change her game

Sabine about why she fired Sanchez:

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Lisicki: Trennung von Coach Sanchez

Nach gut drei Monaten hat Sabine Lisicki die Zusammenarbeit mit ihrem Trainer Ricardo Sanchez schon wieder beendet.

"Es hat einfach nicht gepasst. Ricardo ist ein sehr guter Coach, aber seine Vorstellung war eine andere. Dadurch ist mir mein instinktives Spiel verloren gegangen, das mich immer so ausgezeichnet hat", sagte die Weltranglisten-47. beim WTA-Turnier in Stuttgart.

Bei der Sandplatzveranstaltung war Lisicki am Montagabend durch ein 6:3, 6:4 gegen die Qualifikantin Nastassja Burnett (Italien) ins Achtelfinale eingezogen. Neuer Coach der Berlinerin ist Robert Orlik, der auch Mona Barthel (Neumünster) betreut.

Lisicki hatte den 52-jährigen Sanchez erst am Rande der Australian Open Ende Januar in Melbourne als ihren neuen Trainer vorgestellt. Der Spanier hatte zuvor schon die früheren Weltranglistenersten Caroline Wozniacki (Dänemark) und Jelena Jankovic (Serbien) sowie die Russin Nadja Petrowa betreut.

Mit Wimbledon-Viertelfinalistin Lisicki, die zuvor immer von ihrem Vater Richard betreut worden war, konnte sich Sanchez offenbar nicht über die Taktik einigen.

"Ich konnte nicht frei aufspielen und war zu sehr eingeschränkt. Ich war zu defensiv", erklärte die 23-Jährige. Lisicki hatte mit Sanchez immerhin die Finals von Memphis und Pattaya erreicht.

Sanchez hatte im vergangenen Jahr Schlagzeilen gemacht, als er nach nur zwei Monaten von Wozniacki gefeuert worden war. Zudem hatte er einst beim Turnier in Tokio vor laufender Kamera eine Gegnerin seines Ex-Schützlings Petrowa übel beleidigt.
In English what she said abou the Reasons

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"....it just didn't work, Ricardo is a very good coach, but he had different plans than me regarding my game.
I lost my instinctive game...."

"I couldn't play freely, was too limited. I was to defensive."
As i suspected it's the same we saw with Wozniacki, she won't change her game at all
Those defensive skills are something she would need to get some kind of consistency.....

Not very promising, daddys girl still not ready for some new ideas

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Sanchez gone, she won't change her game

Sabine about why she fired Sanchez:



In English what she said abou the Reasons



As i suspected it's the same we saw with Wozniacki, she won't change her game at all
Those defensive skills are something she would need to get some kind of consistency.....

Not very promising, daddys girl still not ready for some new ideas
Defensive. I saw no defensive game in Memphis or Pattay City. I saw more structure and hitting patterns in her powerful baseline tennis. You cannot win regularly on hardcourts (especially) if you just bash at everything and have no basic rally game or structure. I´m sure he didn´t tell her to stop hitting winners, but to find the best spots to hit winners. For that you need to be able to rally. Tennis 101. He didn´t turn Petrova into JJ now did he? Turned her into a P5 winner, Olympic medalist, Doubles and MM world champion though. Honestly sounds like an even dumber split than him being rude or greedy. The whole idea of hiring a NEW coach is trying NEW things, no?

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