Originally Posted by ronim1
IMO, and according to her interviews, what she is looking for is primary a person who she can get along with. She needs a friend, companion who accompanies her around the world. Only in second place comes the importance of being a good coach.
The past has proven, that actually Shahar was playing her best tennis when those terms were fulfilled.
I don't know if Sanchez will able to meet her needs, if yes, Shahar will be able to produce her real ability again.
I dunno. I'd agree with you, but Shahar has some big problems in her game ATM (serve, FH, volley) so only a "good friend" won't do the job.
But I think the coach should be israeli becuase then, like you said, they'll get along better.