Gasquet Reveals Sergi Bruguera and Sebastien Grosjean as New Coaches in 2014

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French No. 1 Richard Gasquet has revealed his latest coaching partnership for 2014. The World No. 9 told French daily sports newspaperL’Equipe, that he will be teaming up with two-time former Roland Garros champion Sergi Bruguera and Sebastien Grosjean starting in February.

“It’s not easy to find a coach. I had been thinking about four or five names but a few were already taken. I wanted to continue working with a foreigner.

Former World No. 3 Bruguera compiled a 14-21 record in tour-level finals, which included title runs at 1993-1994 Roland Garros and the 1991, 1993 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters.

“I talked a lot with Sebastien and he told me that he knows Sergi Bruguera well. He has a lot of experience at a high level. He’s easy going and intelligent. I think it’s a good choice. He will be with me from February on.”

Gasquet had a fantastic 2013 season, where he won three ATP World Tour titles and reached the semi-finals of the US Open before losing to Rafael Nadal. He finished the year at No. 9 in the Emirates ATP Rankings.

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One thought on “Gasquet Reveals Sergi Bruguera and Sebastien Grosjean as New Coaches in 2014

  1. Thank you so much for using someone’s Twitlonger translation of the l’Equipe article. Very professional of you.

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