But if I stay for a week in one place, I feel like, "It’s time to go."I would say I’m an all-around-the-court player.
I think I’m universal, but you’ll see me play more from the baseline.
The partnership between Sumyk and Azarenka would be a successful one.
In his third year coaching Azarenka, the Belarusian won her first Grand Slam title at the 2012 Australian Open and reigned as the world number one for 51 of the 55 weeks that followed, during which she also successfully defended her Australian Open title in 2013.
Granted, Vera wins alot of matches but i`d never trust her enough to put 0 on her. So, at the end of the day, its just your own fault for being so careless with your money.
I just did watch the match(with pain in the heart) For me the main reason for this defeat is that Vera was tired.
That year Azarenka won the prestigious Sony Ericsson Open, reached the French Open and Wimbledon quarterfinals, and zoomed up to No. "I was thinking, 'Oh my God, I achieved so much.' I didn't really think that I needed to improve more. Maybe somewhere deep inside I was really satisfied with that. In this interview Sumyk, a 44-year-old Frenchman, reveals how he helped Azarenka develop her vast potential and become a champion. Instead of going to the university, I decided to get my tennis diploma to become a certified tennis instructor in France.
Would you please talk about your tennis background and how you became a coach. Then I moved to the Lorient Tennis Club, a big tennis club in France, to work as a coach there. Since then I have really enjoyed both training and coaching.
During an interview with Reem Abulleil from Sport 360, the world No.3 spoke about the similar personalities that she and Sumyk has.
Azarenka used to be known as much for her mental meltdowns—such as blowing a 6-4, 4-0 lead against Serena Williams at the 2010 Australian Open—frequent injury retirements and high-pitched shrieks, as for her powerful groundstrokes and considerable talent.
However, Victoria Azarenka's ascension to the tennis throne has been anything but smooth.
You start with a blank page and then you write down your "business plan," always keeping in mind your player's ability and potential.
When you first saw Victoria play, what were your impressions of her game, her ability and her mentality?