Unfortunately, she's back with Nigel Sears. She was working with Solly, but then let him go after Tokyo. Didn't like his work ethic. He was planning on rebuilding her game from the ground up, including getting rid of that silly head tilt on her serves, but I guess she didn't like the thought of getting back in winning form again. She's my favorite female player, but she has GOT to do something to get back on track.tennis_dude said:I would like her to win more so we can see more of her. Who is her coach nowadays?
Look at her average number of UE's per match. They're huge. She gives away far too many points, and they're usually on the forehand side. Studying her groundies, you'll see that her head is pushed way over on her serves and her forehands, though not the backhand. Her serves have dropped considerably in speed, and she commits an overwhelming amount of her UE's from the forehand side. Her balance is all skewed, and the shots simply don't work. Additionally, she had her greatest successes when she played an all-court style. Over the last 2 years, she's gone more to a baseline game, with a steady decline in wins and rankings.edge said:I love her game. It is all mental? She has great groundies and spanks the ball. I don't see why H. Salomon has to revamp her game from the ground up. She just needs to come in more when she has someone wide and off-court. This is what Landsdorf to helping Sharapova with.