ATP > Kyrgios s’en prend lui aussi à Mouratoglou et au coaching : “Que se passe-t-il si un joueur de haut niveau affronte un autre de rang inférieur qui n’a pas ou ne peut pas se permettre d’avoir d’entraîneur ?”

Patrick Mouratoglou has had his ears ringing since he welcomed the authorization by the ATP of coaching from the stands until the end of the season. A practice he has allowed himself for years.

After having exchanged some pleasantries with the former world number one in doubles, Todd Woodbridge, who reproached him precisely for this almost permanent coaching for years when coaching was prohibited, Simona Halep’s coach also saw Nick Kyrgios answer him directly via Twitter. And obviously, the Australian does not agree with this latest “innovation”.

“I completely disagree. Losing one of the only unique traits that no other sport had. The player had to find things on their own. That was the beauty of it. What happens if a high-level player faces a lower-ranked player who doesn’t have or can’t afford to have a coach? »released the one who has just withdrawn from Mallorca just five days before the start of Wimbledon.

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