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Federer Struggles With His Altered World. From Anon. Thanks.

Posted by tennisplanet on July 28, 2010

ANON

Interesting article from NYT 2009!

Click here.

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4 Responses to “Federer Struggles With His Altered World. From Anon. Thanks.”

  1. M said

    Interesting, Anon, thank you. Particularly so in light of Roger’s recent choice.

    I think one of the many reasons he might have chosen Annacone is that PA did work with Pete during a particularly transitional part of his career. And the article’s PA quotes lead me to believe this is a guy who has worked out a strategy — or two or three — for integrating himself on Roger’s team and shaping it (should things work out with their current “trial basis”). I remain optimistic. 😀

  2. Jenny said

    Thank you, Anon.

    “To say that Federer has been without a coach would not be entirely accurate. He has had world-class voices in his ear, including José Higueras last year and Darren Cahill for nine days this year. Both men surely discussed tactical and technical solutions to the negative trends.”

    ———————————————–
    True. He has also had world class Lundgren and Roche as coaches.

  3. Bettyjane said

    Thanks very much Anon. I remember when this article first came out being struck by Annacone’s insights into Fed. I wonder if he pushed this article under Roger’s door as a job application.

    • M said

      LOL, Bettyjane. 🙂 I’ll bet Roger went back and read it. He seems like he might be “researchy” like that when it comes to his careful selection of his team.

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