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ATP off-season coaching carousel: Lopez, Fognini, Jarry make changes
This season, Fognini won his first Masters title in Monte Carlo, and reached a career-high No. 9 in the rankings.
Published Dec 02, 2019
More players have announced coaching changes during the off-season. Fabio Fognini will be working with Corrado Barazzutti, Italy's Davis Cup captain, amid a team reshuffle.
Fognini, who split with his coach a few months ago, won his first Masters title in Monte Carlo this season and reached a career-high No. 9 in the rankings. The 32-year-old is No. 12 in the rankings.
Nicolas Jarry, who recently split with Martin Rodriguez, has brought on Dante Bottini as his new coach.
Bottini, the former coach of Kei Nishikori, has "great experience at the highest level," Jarry was quoted as saying by the ATP.
The 24-year-old Chilean reached the Top 40 this season, and is currently No.77 in the rankings.
Feliciano Lopez, who won Queen's Club his season and is ranked No.62, has stopped with coach Jose Clavet, who has taken up a position with the Rafa Nadal academy.
Lopez has not announced a new coach.