L’information a été confirmé par l’intéressé lui-même. Darren Cahill, coach de la Roumaine Simona Halep depuis juin 2015 a décidé de mettre fin à leur collaboration pour des raisons purement personnelles. En effet, le coach australien explique sur son compte Instagram qu’il est maintenant trop dur pour lui d’évoluer loin de sa famille et qu’il compte arrêter le métier d’entraîneur pour au moins un an. A 53 ans, ce natif d’Adélaïde va néanmoins poursuivre son rôle de consultant auprès de la chaîne ESPN sur les tournois du Grand Chelem.
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I would like to announce that Simona and I will not be continuing our partnership in 2019 purely for family reasons on my part. . After much thought and discussion, and many years with 30 plus weeks on the road away from my family, I’ve decided to take a 12 month break from coaching to be home more for support as our children enter important stages of their lives with the final year of high school, sports and college preparations all becoming more time consuming. . I’d like to thank Simona for the last 4 amazing years. Her understanding, personality, work ethic, generosity and professionalism made it a pleasure to stand by her side as her coach. She’s a young woman of total class and someone I respect greatly which is something more important than any result achieved. . Basically, I had the dream job and I want to thank her for making it that way, and the opportunity to work with someone so talented and dedicated. . I wish Simo and her team nothing but continued success and I look forward to supporting her from the sidelines next year. . A special mention to Theo Cercel, Andrei Cristofor and Virginia Ruzici for all of the support, belief, friendship and great work through the years. . And finally, to the Romanian fans that show unwavering passion and support for their girl. You guys rock, seriously. Thanks for adopting this Aussie as one of your own for the last 4 years and making me feel welcome in your country. Mulțumesc ❤️ . I will continue to work with the ESPN team at the AO, Wimbledon & US Open tournaments in 2019. . Cheers, Darren
Publié le samedi 10 novembre 2018 à 14:15