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Old Jan 8th, 2013, 03:38 PM   #160
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Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 6

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Originally Posted by goldenlox View Post
I dont think anyone can keep Caro from having a vacation if she loses early in Melbourne.
From the outside, it looks like she trains hard, but is regressing.
But who knows what really is going on? Thats why I think she needs a fulltime coach. Unless she can pull out of this with her dad.
I think a coach does the authority to insist on certain things though. For example, if a player wanted to go out partying the night before an early big match, then the coach should insist that they don't. Sure the player could go out partying but if they respected the authority of their coach they wouldn't. If the player did out go partying, there would need to be some kind of disipline/punishment for that.

So if Caro wants to go on vacation, Piotr should say no.
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