Grigor Dimitrov Announces Coaching Partnership with Roger Rasheed

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Earlier today, Grigor Dimitrov (Player Profile) revealed that he would begin a temporary partnership with Australian coach Roger Rasheed, who previously coached Lleyton Hewitt, Gael Monfils and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
The decision comes after the Bulgarian No. 1 announced that he would be leaving Sweden’s Good to Great Academy and coach Mikael Tillstrom. Dimitrov had joined the Swedish academy in November of 2012 and had risen from No. 48 to a career-high of No. 26 in May yet it appeared that he wanted to spend more of time in Los Angeles, which would have complicated his training in Sweden.
Dimitrov posted the news of his new coaching partnership on his Facebook account:
Roger (Rasheed) and I have agreed to spend some time in the short term to help me in the journey forward in preparation for 2014 and we both are looking forward to this collaboration.

Dimitrov has made some impressive strides in 2013, having reached his first ATP final in Brisbane, where he lost to British No. 1 Andy Murray. The 23-year-old had another breakthrough performance in Madrid when he beat then-World No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the second round.

The World No. 27 is scheduled to meet Kei Nishikori in the opening round of the Shanghai Rolex Masters. He has been on a 3-match losing streak since his last win in Cincinnati and will be looking to break that streak and make a run in the second-to-last Masters tournament of the season.

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re: Pink comment - Poor Grigor does this mean no Women no Gays ? 

Maybe an in depth study in Sexualisation of Girls and the power of Pink in soceity could help 

you  be a mentor one day and not just a Coach. 

Tennis Men who wear Pink have the balls.

Best not to be too RASH Roger  in your comments