That is just 'ugly'.Really ugly of her to talk this way about a coach that brought her so much success.
No here she is. The clip you hinted at about "having fun" instead of winning. Also an indication about that he went around her back. The videos you posted were not after the split.
Where is that video of her making fun of her coach in the press conference after the split?
No idea what the hell you're even talking about going behind her back. Also I didn't post any videos.No here she is. The clip you hinted at about "having fun" instead of winning. Also an indication about that he went around her back. The videos you posted were not after the split.
Is there some documentation of this?OK, I found out that It is her father that is really her coach, not her coach. Her coach is just a hitting partner that will work for minimum wage. This is another case of Controlling father that wants to keep the money flowing into his pocket. Her father is very afraid of losing control of her daughter.
You are funny but it does make sense, lol.Don't worry. As soon as they have success with the new coach they'll fire him.
She actually had better results on clay this year than last year, when Bajin was on board.
This is just not her surface
Ok guys fair enough...I'll bump this thread again after she crashes out at USOI SWEAR, I KNEW YOU'LL "BUMP UP" THIS THREAD AGAIN .
While I already agreed with you since it happened.... But What about his decision to work with the French Tweety ?!
You do understand she had grown as a player since Wimbledon 2018 and was on an upward trajectory. Back to back grand slams, world Number 1.Oh noes, she did a whole two rounds worse than last year at Wimbledon! Better call the coach back!!
If I were her, I would start panicking if this continues into the North American HC seasonYou do understand she had grown as a player since Wimbledon 2018 and was on an upward trajectory. Back to back grand slams, world Number 1.
If shes back at the level she was last year , or worse, well that puts her at rank 60 odd.
And her recent playing style and form suggest this to be the case - erratic, lots of errors, over hitting shots. Back to the old Naomi.
I don't think it's fair to pin the stiffing/switching coaches as a junior on Naomi. She was just a kid, I'm sure she had zero say in how those issues were handled. So cut her slack there.Supposedly Naomi did all this out of a habit (if the reports are true) repeating her junior-era practice of hiring coaches and sneaking out the back door and leaving them for another better one without warning, in some Piotr-type belief that they have served their purpose and that she has learned enough from them. Except this time, she didn't go from Bajin to a bigger name coach. So even from this "family tradition" standpoint, Osaka acted out of order when she fired Bajin. For the first time she hired a yes-man who will serve her to allegedly make her "happy"... whatever that means.