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Postcard Nov 28th, 2006 07:19 PM

Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
"Sam will come back up here just before Christmas, so I'll be with her through Gold Coast, Sydney and the (Australian) Open," Bradtke said. "Just someone to watch her matches, be in her corner, give a bit of moral support that she probably hasn't had for the last few months. Mind you, she's done exceptionally well without it."

http://www.theage.com.au/news/tennis...476207553.html

(I'm not sure that it's really a good idea for the Fed Cup coach to be the personal coach of a team member, but I do think that it's good for Sam to have a coach.)

Ben. Nov 28th, 2006 08:58 PM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
Bradtke I reckon would be a great coach 4 sam at the moment. she would give great advice 2 sam on her game, what she needs 2 work on & display the amount of support she needs that is essential 2 her game.

But really Sam should get a full-time coach unless Bradtke decides 2 become full-time.

aussy89 Nov 28th, 2006 11:50 PM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
yeah a full time coch would b good but i think sam wont look for a full time coach and first c how it works then if its going good make a move to make it full time. i think this partnership could work due to nicole knowing her game, and knows sam quite well due to fed cup on an off court. thats wat i think sam needed someone she actually knows well. fingers crossed it works out well

aussie_fan Nov 29th, 2006 03:23 AM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
More importantly she needs a full time coach, hope it works for her.

SeanyQ Nov 29th, 2006 07:06 AM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
Queen Bradtke!!:worship: :worship:

mardo Nov 29th, 2006 09:39 AM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Postcard (Post 9560708)
"Sam will come back up here just before Christmas, so I'll be with her through Gold Coast, Sydney and the (Australian) Open," Bradtke said. "Just someone to watch her matches, be in her corner, give a bit of moral support that she probably hasn't had for the last few months. Mind you, she's done exceptionally well without it."

http://www.theage.com.au/news/tennis...476207553.html

(I'm not sure that it's really a good idea for the Fed Cup coach to be the personal coach of a team member, but I do think that it's good for Sam to have a coach.)

I think Bradtke would be a good coach for Sam, but is she the Fed Cup coach?- I thought that David Taylor was still the Fed Cup Captain even though he coaches Ana Ivanovic full time!

aussy89 Nov 30th, 2006 02:49 AM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
nicole is associate coach

Mr.Kardashian Nov 30th, 2006 04:03 AM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
this is good news for sam even if it is only for january... ive only heard a little about nicole bradtke and i dont know much about her but it can only be good news for sam ;)

Dani12 Nov 30th, 2006 04:43 AM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
Good news, hopefully she helps her along ;)

louloubelle Dec 5th, 2006 06:07 AM

Re: Nicole Bradtke to Coach Sam
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mardo (Post 9564108)
I think Bradtke would be a good coach for Sam, but is she the Fed Cup coach?- I thought that David Taylor was still the Fed Cup Captain even though he coaches Ana Ivanovic full time!

Yes Taylor is still the captain and because TA wouldn't employ him full-time, he's coaching on the tour. I remember years ago players ganging up on a Fed Cup captain and getting her the arse for doing that :eek: He's been great with the work he's done for Alicia, and 2006 was FINALLY a year w/o bitching from the Ausie girls over Fed Cup, pity we couldn't utlise him more.

Have no problem with Nicole coaching Sam, it would be her role to fill-in where needed.


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