I read that article. And with the assistance of Google translation (I'm sure my Czech Brethren will assist me, regarding any incorrect conclusions I've drawn from it), three things jumped out at me:
1) The Melbourne Correspondent asking the questions (who ever he or she is), openly says/ask "Signed to the disenchantment of the defeats, and the fact that the new method of fitness training does not work?" to Kotyza. Wow! How damming and embarrassing is that, for Petra's team and new the Fitness Coach?
2) Petra is a physical and psychological head case at the moment. And this doesn't include, her eroding, non existent Petra-like tennis skills, we've barely seen. For example, her serve is at an all time low (like other aspects of her game), and Petra said as much--post match to the BBC. SMH again. They also seem lost in regards to Petra's training at the moment. WTF is really going on there?
3) When the reporter ask about his job security, Kotyza says, "Every coach goes through some bad times. But this is not yet so long that we have to address staffing issues". What!? Does Kotyza know he's in so good (with Petra or Cernosenk), that he can make his own predictions on his extended tenure, despite Petra's sucky results, preparation and training the past 4 months?....Amazing, how Kotyza and Cernosek, seem to have a habit of speaking for Petra, but at the end say "ask her or it's up to her", which Kotyza eventually did. However, that wasn't his first response. Plus, he knows, if they did ask Petra, she would never say anything bad about him. He's her current crutch, and its' probably not even her decision anyway.
Weird bunch man.
But I hope they get it together soon. And hopefully, Paris Indoors can spur Petra. Cause only she, and the good results and requisite confidence that comes from it, can assist or save her season at this juncture (i.e. not her team). Petra and her results, need to make it happen, until she finds a team that consistently can. Right now, this bunch appears clueless, as they been the past year.