so he won't be following Ana constantly then How old are his sons? Maybe when they grow up he will be freed to follow her, he's coaching Ana for Wimbledon it seems, so it looks like he likes her (or maybe someone else decided for him?) I just hope he can motivate her.
He will probably only be around for the important tournaments.. though I think he just might be in LA, since it's not that far from Las Vegas. I think he likes her, he has said he is a fan of her game quite a few times while being a commentator for ESPN. But I guess he just split with Sven.. Sven took Rosmalen and Cahill took Eastbourne. I'm sure Ana will be working with Sven during Wimbledon, but I also hope she takes coaching from Cahill. Some new input is always good, and especially if he is willing to try to fix her serve. And sure... motivation and concentration are key. I still think that even without playing well Ana can beat a whole bunch of players.. but she need to regain the mental edge.. know what moment she has to step up.. and NOT lose double break leads anymore.
Mental Strength is an underrated ability, it sets champions apart
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It's nice too see somebody working with Ana, especially on that ball toss. Darren Cahill I believe is a great coach. He was my first choice of the poeple I wanted Ana to hire as a full time coach before she picked Kardon. Too bad he can't be with her full time.