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French publication L’equipe reports that Nick Kyrgios is entering into a part-time coaching agreement with former French star Sebastien Grosjean. Grosjean, who previously coached Richard Gasquet and guided him to three Top-10 finishes in the ATP rankings, currently works at the Evert Tennis Academy, where Kyrgios’ girlfriend, Ajla Tomljanovic, trains.

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According to L’equipe, Grosjean plans to be with Kyrgios at Grand Slams and at training blocks in Florida. He is slated to attend this week’s Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome, but Kyrgios may not be able to play due to a hip injury that forced him out of the Madrid doubles draw last week.

22-year-old Kyrgios has been without a coach since 2015, but that fact has not derailed his rise. The Aussie has risen as high as No.13 in the world and currently ranks 18th. He is 18-5 on the season, and recorded his first three ATP titles in 2016.