Mid-season WTA coaching blues

Halftime is nearly over. It’s not the best time to look for a new coach – presumably, the better ones are currently employed.

But that’s the reality for former Wimbledon champions Angelique Kerber and Garbiñe Muguruza.

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2018 champion Kerber announced Friday that after eight months, she and Rainer Schuettler had parted ways after Kerbe’s second-round loss to lucky loser Lauren Davis.

Muguruza and Sumyk split after the 2017 champion’s first-round loss to qualifier Beatriz Haddad Maia.

Muguruza has entered San Jose. Kerber’s next tournament will be Toronto.

It’ll be interesting to see who – if anyone – comes with them.

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