2014 Coaching/Player Relationships on the ATP and WTA

I don’t know about you guys, but I am ready for tennis season to be back in full force! I am counting down the days until the Australian Open! But until then, let’s discuss some player/coach relationships as it seems like lately there has been an influx of new relationships being formed.

It’s not new to see former pros on the coaching end of things, but it seems like lately, all of our favorite players from the past have made their way back to the circuit via coaching. Brad Gilbert has worked with the best of them — everyone from Agassi, Roddick, Andy Murray to Nishikori and even Sam Querrey. Some of those relationships blossomed in chemistry, and some were duds. In 2013, we saw Sharapova hire, and quickly fire, Jimmy Connors — but let’s be honest, there wasn’t enough room on the court for those two superstars. Then there was Martina Hingis’ stint in coaching Anastasia Pavlyuchnkova…until Martina realized how much she missed the limelight and competition.

So, who do we have paired up in 2014?

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Federer and Edberg are working together in 2014 — photos by Cynthia Lum

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Oldies But Goodies

Own a piece of history with our brand new inventory of Bosworth racquets!

Check out the Vintage Racquet page on Tennis Warehouse’s website where you can find graphite and wood racquets from the past. The collection contains racquets that were designed for use by pros such as Aaron Krickstein, Monica Seles, Brian Gottfried, and Jimmy Connors to name a few. This collection comes from Warren Bosworth, who specialized in customizing racquets to fit the player. Brands available include Head, Spalding, Slazenger, Snauwaert, Fox, Yonex, Estusa, Fin, ProKennex, and Wilson.

Take a peek, you will never know what you will find and remember to check back as the page will be constantly updated. With a limited quantity of each frame, these racquets will go quickly so grab yours while you can! Check out some of the racquets available at Tennis Warehouse in the pictures below.

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