Did Nadal fire Uncle Toni??

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  1. I read that he is gonna work with Francis Roig until the Us Open...whats happening?
     
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  2. Cesc Fabregas

    Cesc Fabregas Legend

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    No Toni takes more time off now because Nadal is got to a stage like Federer he doesn't need a coach about all the time and Toni probably wants to spend more time with his family.
     
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  3. featherlight

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    any links to this rumor
     
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  4. Really?? Thats very interesting! Thanx
     
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  5. JeMar

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    This is something that they often do.

    Uncle Toni stays in Spain for most of the hardcourt season and joins him again at the U.S. Open. The only reason that Uncle Toni came to the U.S. for the summer series was because Nadal was going to ascend to number one.
     
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  6. tennisplayer1993

    tennisplayer1993 Semi-Pro

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    i really doubt it
     
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  7. Magnus

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    One less cheater on court then, but the main one stays.
     
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  8. nereis

    nereis Semi-Pro

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    He has a young family and wants to be able to actually watch his children grow up.

    Plus, it's not like Nadal needs him around all the time anymore. He's a grown ass man now.
     
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  9. TeflonTom

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    I thought nadz was supposed 2 be straight?
     
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  10. Sabratha

    Sabratha G.O.A.T.

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    After three years, I bet the other posters doubt it, too.
     
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