His name Phillipp Kolshreiber. Tsonga, has no coach at the moment, he wants to do his own thing, and so far it seems to be working.
Thats it, thanks for the reminder Chris.
Slight correction here - Tsonga has been coached by Miles Maclagan since Wimbledon
, after he parted company with Kohlschreiber.
Also PT I agree that Dani is very
but not necessarily the best person to motivate Andy, although Andy says he feels more confident when Dani is watching him play.
Thanks Ruthie - I did kind of think it may be Tuesday - surely our Andy will be motivated this time. I noticed that Nalbandian is playing today against Niskikori (according to Europosrt) so I guess it will be the winner of that one. I can't help but remember the last time he played Nalbandian and totally destroyed him with a masterclass of tennis. It's so frustrating knowing he has the talent to surpass anyone but his consistency is not there yet with the top guys. Mind you that is the joy of being a Murray Maniac - it's never dull or boring...................
Interesting that Nalby is playing Nishikori, who is being coached by Brad Gilbert btw, as I think Nishikori could beat him. Nalby isn't the most consistent of players. I've watched Nishikori play and he's a very solid, determined young man whose career was interrupted for a year following elbow surgery.
I agree whole heartedly with that. Sometimes it breaks my heart to see him squandering all that talent in this way. I'm hopeful Mr Magic will turn up here, but as another poster said - one match at a time, something I'm sure Andy would agree with. Montreal may have been a disaster for him, but it's worth remembering that Nadal and Fed also made early exits. At least Andy has had the benefit of 3 doubles matches, which will surely have sharpened him up.
We won't know the OOP for tomorrow until the early hours here as it's not posted until play has ended for the day. It's possible Andy might not be playing until Wednesday though.