Well let's hope she comes back stronger and fiit again next year, not a great lover of this continually coach changes that seem to go around the tour, but one has to have confidence that Jo knows what she is doing, onwards and upwards
Not a great end of season for British tennis, the second half of 2017, seems to have held a multitude of problems.
I hope she knows what she's doing too, and neither am I in favour of players splitting with their coaches just because they've lost a few matches. After all, coaches can only do so much, the rest is up to the players.
Unfortunately, foot injury apart, her Wimbledon defeat by Venus and the ensuing decline has strong similarities to Andy's decline after he lost to Fed in the final of the 2010 AO, although I'd have thought her mental coach might have been able to do something about that, but perhaps she might during Jo's time out. I hope so anyway.
I think this has been a disastrous second half of the year for men's tennis in general, because never before do I recall so many top players being out injured for so long. If this doesn't wake the ATP up as to the rigours of the Tour and do something about it, then I doubt anything will.