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Wozniacki Won't Hire Outside Coach


 
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The Caroline Wozniacki coaching carousel has seen many faces come and go throughout the years. Sven Groeneveld assisted the former World No. 1 through the Adidas Player Development Program, and she also had brief agreements with Ricardo Sanchez and Thomas Johansson. In October 2013, she hired Thomas H√∂gstedt, but the two parted ways in January after barely three months together. She later hired countryman Michael Mortensen but the two ended their agreement in mid-2014. 

As that revolving door has slowed in recent months, Wozniacki seems more committed than ever to having her father, Pitor, as her permanent coach. She expanded on this on Sunday, prior to the start of the WTA Finals in Singapore. 

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“I think it's going to be the same. I feel like I've tried enough and I'm tired of trying different things,” Wozniacki told Matt Cronin of Tennis.com in Singapore. “So I'm happy where I am. My dad is a great coach and it's been working really well. It's nice for me to have my family with me. I think that that's the most important thing.

“I realized that when my family doesn't travel with me to tournaments, I feel kind of lonely and I don't enjoy the game as much. At the same time, I'm not going to play forever, so hopefully he still wants to stick around with me for a few more years.”     

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