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Karen Khachanov has added an experienced coach to his 2020 coaching team. The current World No.17 has added Fredrik Rosengren, most recently a coach of Kyle Edmund and formerly a coach of Magnus Norman, Joachim Johansson, Mario Ancic, Robin Soderling, Jurgen Melzer and Elias Ymer, to the fold.

"Glad to announce a new member of #TeamKhachanov, coach Fredrik Rosengren,” Khachanov wrote on Instagram. “He is a well known specialist with great reputation, who worked with top players all over the world. Also we keep on working with my coach Vedran Martic, who's helped me to achieve top-10 ATP ranking. And we're not going to stop.”


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

👋🏻 Рад объявить о начале сотрудничества с новым тренером, Фредриком Розенгреном, работавшим со многими топовыми спортсменами. Фредрика знают во всем мире как сильного и умного тренера с безупречной репутацией. Так же, продолжаем работу и с моим нынешнем тренером, Ведраном Мартичем, с которым достигли места в топ-10 ATP и останавливаться не собираемся 👊🏻 // 👋🏻 Glad to announce a new member of #TeamKhachanov, coach Fredrik Rosengren. He is a well known specialist with great reputation, who worked with top players all over the world. Also we keep on working with my coach Vedran Martic, who's helped me to achieve top-10 ATP ranking. And we're not going to stop 👊🏻 #2020 #HardWorkPaysOff

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Khachanov hit a career-high ranking of No.8 during the 2019 season but he struggled at times and finished with a 30-29 record and zero titles. He spent some time on a trial run with former Russian star Nikolay Davydenko during the 2019 season, but the pair could not lock anything down long-term.

Rosengren stepped away from his job coaching Edmund in February of this year, citing the need for more family time. It is not currently known how much time he will spend traveling with Khachanov in 2020.

Khachanov is one of three Russian players currently ranked in the Top 25, along with No.5 Daniil Medvedev and No.23 Andrey Rublev. All three players are 23 or younger.

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