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Changes in Andy's team

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But I note that in the interview posted on another thread Andy expresses a preference for someone based in either Miami or London.  Got the feeling that Courteau may not quite be what he's looking for even though Amelie favours him.  Anyway, we'll see.
Courteau did say that Andy would like him to be based in London. So this does not mean that he is out of the running. Little tongue man
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: Courteau did say that Andy would like him to be based in London. So this does not mean that he is out of the running. Little tongue man
That's good to know Michelle, and, as Amelie's former coach, his appointment would make sense, but as always Andy will be keeping things close to his chest until he's well and truly ready to make an announcement, but whoever he chooses, we should respect that decision.

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The right person who's wanting to work with Andy maybe willing to be in London/Miami as required...I'm thinking of people like Mark Petchey, Leon Smith etc.

My wild cards would be Nigel Sears and Jamie Delgado, the latter, from
what I can remember, was helping Andy train in London before the Asia swing.

All four have good knowledge of the game, understand the demands of the tour, are familiar with Andy and his needs...and I'm assuming they have it in them to take direction from Amelie if Andy trusts her so much.
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I'm not sure that having his future father-in-law as a coach would be a good idea, also Nigel seems to prefer coaching women.  You're right though about Delgado but at the moment he's coaching Gilles Muller, who is also his current doubles partner - http://www.express.co.uk/sport/tennis/484807/Jamie-Delgado-just-loves-to-keep-coming-back
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