Tatiana Golovin is glad that seven-times grand slam champion Mats Wilander will be her coach from the beginning of the East West Bank Classic presented by Herbalife tournament until the US Open. The Frenchwoman had a good start to the season, winning her first career title at Amelia Island in April before re-injuring her right ankle, which forced her off the tour for two months.
Golovin is hoping that the experienced Swede can teach her some new tricks:
"He doesn't like the part of women's tennis where we hit as hard as we can and not really think out there,
"He's going to make me think more, see the court better and play more like a guy, which could be better." (via Reuters)