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I am not denying that Moya has brought something to the table, but not many people would give him credit for what he's done so he is making sure people are aware of the changes he's made. It's easy not to appreciate that, as Rafa was already very successful when Moya joined his team. I would do the same if I were in his shoes. Look how little recognition Roig gets. Most people don't even know his name let alone that he's helped Rafa win many titles. You have to blow your own trumpet sometimes.I don't think Moya is trying to "show" something. He has really been a great addition to the team. Rafa himself said that Moya brought positive energy to the team.
Reuters, Sept. 2017: ¤¤ World number one Rafa Nadal says the addition of compatriot Carlos Moya to his coaching team has added freshness and positive energy to the Spaniard’s training routine.
Moya, a former world number one, joined Nadal's team to work with his uncle Toni Nadal last December and has helped revitalise the 31-year-old's career.
"Carlos has been a great support. He came with excitement and also the belief that with a few things, I could improve my results. And it has helped," Nadal told Spanish newspaper El Espanol.
"It has been a breath of fresh air, positive energy. We have changed the way we practice and for Toni it has been also good." ¤¤
World number one Rafa Nadal says the addition of compatriot Carlos Moya to his coaching team has added freshness and positive energy to the Spaniard's training routine.www.reuters.com
to Carlos Moya!