Hello, there. Very recently the former coach of Gustavo Kuerten, Larri Passos, conceded an interview to a brazilian well-known tennis blog. He trained austrian Tamira Paszek until last year. He talked about his pupil, Guga, and mentioned that an hipothetical match between him and Nadal would be a very tough one. He thinks Kuerten could have won five RGs hadn't he had so much physical issues. But what have called my attention was that he is willing to return to the pro circuit, despite being married and having two children. And then he said the following about Federer (my translation - I hope I didn't screw up the meaning of his statement): "If I could train one and a half hours per day with Federer, he would learn new secrets of clay and could even win Roland Garros". "The biggest difficult however is how to make a former number one tennis player of the world, with so many glories to sacrifice himself and restart to make a few basic exercises, to strive on trainings." Here's the link (in portuguese): http://tenisjn.zip.net/arch2009-03-16_2009-03-31.html#2009_03-28_15_55_31-2919530-0 So, what do you think? Would Larri (or another well-known "clay-specialist" coach) help Roger to achieve a RG title?