Report: Bouchard coach-less—again; Keys working with Hogstedt

by: Kamakshi Tandon | April 29, 2016

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The 21-year-old Canadian is scheduled to return in Madrid alongside hitting partner Cyril Saulnier. (AP)

Eugenie Bouchard has stopped working with Thomas Hogstedt, according to Yahoo Canada Sports, and the veteran coach is now apparently with Madison Keys.

Bouchard, who began working with Hogstedt following the U.S. Open, indicated that their relationship was on shaky ground when she brought in former coach Nick Saviano during the tournament in Charleston. At that time, however, she said that she had not made any coaching decisions. The 21-year-old Canadian experienced an abdominal injury at the event and has not played since.

She is scheduled to return in Madrid. According to Yahoo Canada Sports, she will bring her hitting partner, former ATP pro Cyril Saulnier.

Keys, who is coached by Jesse Levine, worked with Mats Wilander through the USTA for a few days before Indian Wells. She worked with the seven-time Grand Slam champion again in Miami before stopping mid-tournament.

 

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