There has been speculation on the inside circles of the Tour about Nadal changing coach soon. During his match against Davydenko, ESPN commentator and former argentinian top ten Javier Frana discussed this very thourougly, saying that it is very possible that a change happens, and that it is maybe even needed. His argument was that maybe there is only so much that uncle Tony can give Nadal and maybe he has reached its limit, regarding expertees, technicalities, etc etc., not denying that he's not a great coach (results speak for themselves), but sometimes, when a player seems burned out or stuck, a change is a very positive thing. He (Frana) said, practically, that a more seasoned, more technically knowledgeable coach could be of great benefit, not so much as to change too much about Rafa's technique, but to tweak here and there and also, most importantly, so Rafa will have a fresh opinion about everything about his game, basically, hearing things differently. Frana went on to suggest that the changing of coach should even be suggested by uncle Tony himself, admiting that a limit has been reached and it would show how big a person he would be, knowing that Nadal is absolutely loyal to his current coach and family. I thought it was a very interesting idea and very possible, as well, since it seems that most of the top players have figured out Nadal, specially big hitters. Some possible coaches that come to my mind are Costa (after Davis final, maybe...), Corretja, etc. Frana even suggested Moya, one of Nadals idols and who is on his final days, but apparently is getting ready for next season. What do you think? I think it would be a very good move on Nadal's part, a different perspective and possibly tweaking with his strategies a bit and some of his shots as well, heck, he's still very young, but it seems his tennis is absolutely wearing him out.