Time for the coach he says he wants?

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  1. MLtennis

    MLtennis Rookie

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    Didn't Fed say he was looking for a coach?? It seems like another outside perspective on his current game would be a good thing for him at this point. I am not one to try to predict the #1 player status at the end of the year, but its obvious Fed isn't playing as well as last year and I wonder if all he needs is a coach, or at least someone who knows what they're doing to watch over his game for awhile and give him and Mirka a new vantage point? What do you all think?
     
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  2. Eviscerator

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    He should re-hire Roche.
    For that matter he never should have let him go.
     
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  3. sureshs

    sureshs Bionic Poster

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    May I humbly offer my services to the gentleman from Switzerland?
     
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  4. framebreaker

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    you may offer your services to me. i pay 60 an hour:-D:-D
     
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  5. sureshs

    sureshs Bionic Poster

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    Naughty boy.
     
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  6. aceroberts13

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    He should get a coach again in my opinion, but I'm not exactly sure of who it would be. I mean I honestly don't think there are too many coaches he would actually listen to.
     
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  7. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    i think darren cahill would be great for him, henman also retired so i would go for anaccone
     
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